How to paint your nails perfectly!!
How to Paint Your Nails Without Making a Mess
Painting your nails can prove messy if you don't prepare the skin around the nails to adequately protect it from the polish. If you're in a hurry or just not that coordinated when adding nail polish, one of the following methods may help in preventing the nail polish from ending up on your skin.
Using Elmer's glue
Find some liquid Elmers glue.
Smear it around your nail.Place it directly on your skin, using a Q-tip.
Start painting your nails as usual.Use appropriate care, knowing however that small brush strokes onto the skin will be easy to remove.
Peel off the glue after use.It will lift up any nail polish that went onto it. Dispose of appropriately.
Get rid of any leftover glue as follows:Dip a napkin in water, and spread where the glue is still stuck to your skin. Doing this will make it easier to get rid of.
Using Vaseline or petroleum jelly
Put Vaseline or petroleum jelly around your whole nail.Do this for each nail.
Paint the nails as usual.If any excess polish is on your skin, all you need to do is wipe off the Vaseline and the mess is all gone.
Wash your hands once the polish has firmly dried.
QuestionHow do I cut my nails neatly, and without creating pointy bits?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerOne way is to make short cuts and go around your whole nail. Another is to do one cut on the left, then the right, and then in the middle. Then, if there are still any points left, cut them until the nail is well rounded. Also, using a nail file to rub down the edges to finish it off neatly.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I take off nail polish when I don't have a remover?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIf you have clear nail polish, brush a thin coat on each nail and wipe it off before it dries. It should remove the nail polish underneath.Thanks!
QuestionWill any lip balm work instead of Vaseline?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes, although lip balms with color will not work so well.Thanks!
QuestionCan I use any type of liquid glue, or does only Elmer's glue work?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerAny wet glue will work, just as long as it dries and peels the same way.Thanks!
QuestionWill the polish smudge with Vaseline?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt probably will, if it hasn't set or dried properly. You could actually dip your fingers in ice water to make sure that your nails dry faster. Although this doesn't work at all times.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I paint my nails neatly with just nail polish?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerPaint your nails very carefully. If you get any on the skin around your nails, try and wipe it off. If you can't, wait until you are done, then clean up the edges using a thin brush dipped in nail polish remover. Afterwards, take a long, hot shower and rub off any nail polish left on your skin.Thanks!
QuestionMy nail polish doesn't dry for a long time, no matter what I do, how can I get them to dry quicker? (I have tried doing thin coats and more.)wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYour polish is likely too old and won't set. Drying time increases with age.Thanks!
QuestionCan I use shea butter?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes, you can.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I remove my nail polish?Community AnswerYou can remove nail polish by using acetone or a polish remover (you buy those from a drugstore) and a cotton ball. If you don't have those, a quick solution would be to apply nail polish on your nails and wipe away while they're wet. It'll remove all the polish you have underneath.Thanks!
QuestionDo I have to use red sparkling polish?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNope, you can use any color you want!Thanks!
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