I love bright varnishes, but when a piece breaks off, you have to repaint the entire nail. How to extend the life of my manicure?
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Answered 20 November 2014 17:44
It is necessary to perform a manicure in several stages. At first, I put a base on the nail, a means that evens the surface of the nail and allows the varnish (decorative) to lie evenly. Then the actual lacquer itself, I paint in two layers. And finally, I cover the nail (when it is dry) with a fixative. It lasts a long time, and I also like bright varnishes, especially red. I struggle with the problem of breakaway pieces like that. Usually they break away from moisture or mechanical contact. So my dishes exclusively in gloves. And even if a small piece breaks off, then I either just tint or apply a drawing, I know how to do it myself.