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How do you do a manicure?

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1 How do you do a manicure? on Sat Jun 13, 2009 11:14 am

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How do you do a manicure?

2 Re: How do you do a manicure? on Wed Sep 15, 2010 5:36 am

1. Whether you’re filing your nails or applying a top coat, always start with your thumb, follow with your pinkie, then work your way inwards.
2. Put your varnish on with your weak hand to make sure that you finish painting before you begin to tire and things turn sloppy.
3. Dab a little oil on each wet, painted nail while you wait for them to dry. This helps to stop smudging if you brush against something.
4. Don’t forget that nails can take up to two hours to dry completely – then you can get on with the washing-up!

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3 Re: How do you do a manicure? on Sat Oct 23, 2010 3:11 am

To begin with remove all traces of your nail polish. Use as many cotton balls as needed.Use a nail file or an emery board to shape your nails. File in one direction only. Do not use the seesaw motion. To shorten the nail, use the course side of the emery board first and finish with the finely textured side.

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4 Re: How do you do a manicure? on Tue Dec 28, 2010 8:07 pm

When you are ready to try the whole manicure, begin by washing your hands thoroughly with hot soapy water. wooden cuticle stick, push the cuticles back. If hangnails are present, carefully cut and nail cutters. It is not advisable to cut cuticles yourself.

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5 How do you do a manicure? on Mon Jan 03, 2011 2:50 am

During a normal manicure, nails are first shaped remover or cuticle conditioner applied and then the tip of the fingers and hands in hot soapy water and let soften for about ten minutes.If French manicure , nail tips are painted white and when dry the entire nail is painted with translucent shell pink polish.

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6 Re: How do you do a manicure? on Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:42 pm

# Fingers soaked in vats of water, less than 2 minutes, and even more so in fact, dry skin and nails are tight up to the plate.
Fingers of the application of skin remover. The return of the skin gently, do not cut them! After lingering dead skin pinch.
The application of oil skin and buff nails. Rub it.
# The application of lotion and massage the hands and forearms. Your "clients" and says if you care. Is your guide to a good massage. What you will feel a great deal of thanks.
# Before the nail polish "Customer" is required by the nail plate with nail polish remover of the judiciary.
Applying the base coat dry.
Application 2 coats of polish, coat time to dry in between, above, or stick orangewood debugger Polish with clean up any errors.
Application 1 coat of top coat or nail strengthener.

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7 Re: How do you do a manicure? on Mon May 30, 2011 4:28 pm

Following was the procedure of doing manicure :
Fingers soaked in vats of water, less than 2 minutes, and even more so in fact, dry skin and nails are tight up to the plate.
Application 2 coats of polish, coat time to dry in between, above, or stick orangewood debugger Polish with clean up any errors.
Don’t forget that nails can take up to two hours to dry completely – then you can get on with the washing-up!

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8 Re: How do you do a manicure? on Fri Jan 06, 2012 6:11 am

Try to do your own French manicures at home for special occasions or anytime you like.To maintain the health of your cuticles use a good cuticle cream to remove the dead skin.

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