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Tips & Tricks
- Almost all polishes look best with three thin coats. So try to be patient. Throw on an episode of Psych and wait five minutes in between each coat.
- ALL polishes look best with a topcoat. Whether your going for high gloss or matte. Personally I'm I'm a sucker for matte. Those flakies look unbelievable with a matte coat. Plus help prevent annoying chips. Wins all around
- I can't stress enough that you should always, ALWAYS, use a base coat. Prevent any possible staining and fill in ridges to ensure a smooth application. Protect your nail beds, guys! I care deeply about their health.
- When you receive your polish wait for it to acclimate to its new home. Much like fishies who need some time, allowing your polish to come to room temperature will help prevent breaking and separation.
- If you choose to get a scented base coat, do not smell it while it is wet. Wet polish is really not so great for you brain cells. Allow it to dry and the fragrance will come through.
- When applying cuticle oils and balms, allow it a moment to soak and absorb, then go ahead and rub it in.
- When receiving your perfume roller, give it a couple of rolls around to get the roller ball all loosey goosey.
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