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Did you know that nail polish traces back to at least 3,000 B.C.? It originated in China. The Chinese found ways to mix gum arabic, egg whites, gelatin, and beeswax to create varnishes and lacquers for nails. Similarly, the Egyptians used henna to stain their nails.

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How can you also help prevent nail polish or gel polish from chipping?

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After applying polish to each nail, cap the free edge of each nail before moving on to the next nail. Capping the free edge prevents the polish from chipping. Do this by moving the brush back and forth on the tip of the free edge.

How do you avoid nail damage when removing Gel polish?

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Incorrect removal of Gel polish will result in pits, cracks and scrapes on the nail plates. Proper Gel polish removal will use a soft tool, like an orangewood stick, to help gently push off the Gel polish after it has been soaked for an appropriate (10-15 minutes) length of time. It should require only a slight pressure to slough the polish off of the nail. The goal is to keep the natural nail plate firmly intact and healthy for the next application of polish.

What do I do if my nail polish starts chipping?

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If your nail polish has started chipping, slightly buff your nail tips and seal them with another layer of polish color or top coat.

Why is it important to use cuticle oil?

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Cuticle cream or oil instantly changes the look of the nail, taking away dryness from the cuticles and also keeps your nails nourished and hydrated to encourage stronger nail growth.

Why buff nail tips after filing?

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After you file nails, always buff nail tips to keep them smooth and prevent fraying.

For Natural Nails Only - How often should you have a manicure?

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Every 7-10 days, manicures are recommended for beautiful, healthy, and well-groomed natural nails.

Wondering about nail growth rate?

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To completely replace a fingernail, it takes approximately 5-6 months. For toenails, it takes about 12-18 months.

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