Tips To Prevent Nail Polish Chipping

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We’ve all had it happen: after spending an hour doing our own nails or spending a small fortune at the salon, we all look down and realize our beautiful manicure has a chip. It is frustrating and annoying to see all of that hard work (and money) go to waste.
However, with these simple suggestions, you can extend the life span of your manicure and prevent nail color from chipping.

 


Always Start With Clean Nails 
Once you get your nails professionally done, they always clean your nails with nail polish remover even when you’d no nail polish on them.

Why? Since natural oils will keep the nail polish from really adhering to the surface of your nails.

Therefore, always swipe each nail with remover prior to applying polish. The acetone Nail Polish Remover is ideal for this.

Prep Nails With a Base Coat 
Polish will adhere best to nails prepped with a base coating. Attempt OPI Natural Nail Base Coat.

Not Thick Coats, Thin Coats 
Thinner coats have a decrease chance of smudging than thick coatings. Employ 3 coats of polish as opposed to two coatings. This cuts down on drying time between coats and there’s less probability of brewing on your nails if they don’t dry in time.

In addition, use a high-quality nail polish like Essie or OPI.

Polish Your Nail Tips 
When polishing, polish the tip of the nail as well. This helps cut down on chipping.

Shimmery Colors Chip Less 
The small particles of sparkle help polish cling to your nails, so if you enjoy a finish, this is one more reason to go for it.

Apply a Clear Top Coat 
Top coatings extend the life span of your manicure. You may also use the base coat as a top coating. Brush the top coat on and around the borders of nails as well for an extra seal against bending. TrySeche Vite Dry Fast Top Nail Coat.

Permit Proper Drying Time 
Nails need about twenty-five minutes of drying time before you handle things, like your keys or your shoelaces.

Once dry time is over, submerge nails in water then apply lotion. This allows for a slick surface until nails are dry.

For pedicures, wrap toes in plastic wrap if you’re wearing shoes other than flip-flops or sandals.

Keep a Top Coat Handy
To prolong the life span of your manicure, then apply a topcoat every other day.