Manicure Procedure For Your Nail

Manicure TipsHow to do manicure :
                     It is important to clean your hands and nails and remove any old enamel that you may have on your nails with the cotton wool and enamel  Nail polish remover.
Decision should be taken on the shape of  your nails. Emery boards can be used to file your nails.  Nails can be filed into the most crack-resistant shape: a square with rounded corners.
You have to take a cotton bud and remove a very small amount of buffing paste from the pot and smear on top of your nail. Nail buffing is necessary.  For a natural shine, buffer can be used which offers three or four polishing textures starting from coarsest surface and ending with the finest one.
After removal of a small amount of cuticle cream with another cotton bud and its application to the cuticle of each nail, a massage in circular movements is required.
 
Soaking hands in warm soapy water containing an anti¬bacterial liquid soap is advisable.
You have to dry your hands carefully pushy back the cuticles with the towel.
After putting a tipped orange stick into your cuticle remover and
wiping over each cuticle you have to push back each cuticle in circular
movement.
Cuticle knife should be wetted carefully to lift the cuticle from the nail plate.
Excess cuticle can be removed by cuticle nippers.
After re-soaking your hands pat your hands dry. Removal of cuticle
remover from your hands after application is required. A good
moisturizer should be applied over the hand and arm, up to the elbow,
as this is a place everyone tends to forget.
It is essential to clean the nails with cotton wool and enamel remover
again to remove any oil from the moisturizer that is left on the nail
plate.
While applying nail enamel, instead of shaking, roll the bottle between
your palms (like Manicurists do) to get rid of the air bubbles and stir
the enamel.
You should allow the base coat to dry, pick your colored enamel, paint
on, wait for the enamel to dry and apply the topcoat to colored
enamels. If you do not like painting your nail, a buffer can be used
for a lovely shine.
An orange stick and enamel remover can remove all traces of enamel left on the skin.

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