Eta close up. Cuticles??
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17-03-2016 23:14 #631
18-03-2016 11:23 #632
It shouldn't hurt @Marigold, just push back gently. It's important to remove invisible cuticle as well - this will actually be on your nail bed. You scrap it off. I recommend the Jamberry cuticle remover, it softens your cuticles and makes it much easier to remove any invisible cuticle!
18-03-2016 17:04 #633
The extra maintenance is worth it though!
I use a gentle combination buffer like this for fix ups...
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18-03-2016 17:40 #634
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18-03-2016 18:55 #637
I'd recommend putting a coloured wrap underneath or trushine if you have it. Then it should last.
@Marigold have you tried filing at a 45 degree angle?
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