1: Make sure nails are super clean
Natural oils on your nails aid in chipping. Even if your nails are polish-free, apply polish remover to get rid of oils on the surface of nails.
2: Prep nails with a base coat Polish will adhere best to nails prepped with a base coat
3: Don't lay on the polish too thick
Three to four thin coats of polish rather than 2 thick coats will last longer, cut down on drying time and cause fewer changes of bubbles brewing on your nails.
4: Don't forget the tip
When polishing, polish the tip of the nail as well. This helps cut down on nail polish chipping.
5: Consider a shimmery color.
The little particles of sparkle will help polish cling to your nails.
6: Apply a clear topcoat
Topcoat helps extend the life of your manicure. You can use the base coat as a topcoat. Do brush topcoat on and around the edges of nails as well, it's an extra seal against chipping.
7: Allow proper drying time
Make sure you give your nails a good 45 minutes drying time before handling objects. Once dry time is over, submerge nails in cold water then apply lotion. This allows for a slippery surface until nails are completely dry. For pedicures, wrap toes in plastic wrap if you're wearing shoes other than flip-flops or sandals.
8: Keep topcoat handy
To prolong the life of your manicure, apply a topcoat every other day.
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