How to Clean French Nail Polish

Posted on Apr 12 2012 at 03:29:18 PM in Beauty & Care

French manicures and pedicures are really current, because of its stylish appearance. One of its main advantages is its natural look that is suitable for every occasion. It is a good addition to a beautiful cocktail dress as well as working uniform or just a casual shirt. However, as with all type of nail polishing, it will fade and should be replaced or at least refreshen. Likely,cleaning a French manicure is just as easy as removing regular nail polish.

Learn how to make the procedure even easier from the following cleaners Tottenham tips on the subject:

As a start moisten a cotton ball with nail polish remover. A good alternative for that purpose is the non-acetone polish remover as it does not dry out the nail bed or cuticles. Still, it require a little bit more effort to remove the polish. In case you have applied darker colors on your nails, such as deep reds or browns, you should work with the commercial acetone polish remover.

Put the remover-laced cotton ball over the tip of an orange wood stick. Lay your hand on an old towel to avoid additional cleaning of counter tops or sinks you may stain. Slide the stick over your nails, but don't rub the cotton over the tips of your fingers.

Take off the polish by working the orange wood stick over the base of the nail from the cuticle toward the tip. Wipe the polish off as you stroke across the nail bed. Proceed doing that until all of the polish traces vanish.

Clean the areas under the nails using the opposite end of the orange wood stick.

When you fulfill that wash your hands with regular hand soap and warm water.

Then dry them completely.

After that a apply either cuticle cream or hand lotion into your cuticles and nail beds. That also should be beneficial for your hands, forearms and elbows.

Cleaners Tottenham wish you great final results!

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Author: lisaheader
Created: Apr 12 2012 at 03:29:18 PM
Updated: Apr 12 2012 at 03:29:18 PM
Category: Beauty & Care
Language: English