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How To Apply Press Ons Like a Pro ( In 7 Simple Steps)

Step 1: Wash your hand thoroughly and push back the cuticles. ( you can use a standard wood
cuticle stick or a cuticle pusher)

Step 2: Swipe the nails with alcohol or a nail dehydrator.
(This step isn’t mandatory but will help your press-ons last longer)
Step 3: File and shape your natural nails.
Step 4: Match your nail size with the press-on.
Step 5: Apply a small drop of glue on your natural nail and on the press-on nail.
( This will help ensure your press-ons last 1-2 weeks. If you don’t want them to last that long use less glue.)
Step 6: Press and hold for 30-60 seconds to secure it in place.
Step 7: Wash hands and apply hand cream.
If you follow these steps your press-on nails will last at least a week or longer.

How To Remove Press Ons ( In 5 Simple Steps)

Here’s a concise version of the step-by-step guide on how to remove press-on nails:

Step 1: Gently file the surface of each press-on nail to break the seal.
Step 2: Soak your fingertips in acetone or place acetone-soaked cotton balls/pads on top of each nail, ensuring they are fully covered.
Wait for 10-15 minutes to allow the press-on nails to soften in the acetone.
Step 3: Wiggle and lift each press-on nail starting from the sides. If they don’t come off easily,
continue soaking for a few more minutes.
Step 4: Use a wooden cuticle stick to scrape off any remaining adhesive on your natural nails.
Step 5: Wash your hands to remove any acetone residue and apply cuticle oil or hand cream for moisture.

Follow these steps and you won’t have any problem in removing your press ons,
remember to be gentle to avoid nail damage.

How to Apply Nail Charms: A Step-by-Step Guide

Step 1: Prep Your Nails
– Clean your nails with a gentle nail polish remover to remove any oils or old polish.
– Buff and shape your nails as desired.
– Apply a base coat and gel polish and let it cure and dry completely.

Step 2: Choose Your Charm and Adhesive
– Pick out the nail charms you wish to use.
– Choose a suitable adhesive. For temporary wear, a clear nail polish or top coat can work. For longer wear, consider a nail glue or a gel adhesive.

Step 3: Placement
– Using tweezers, pick up your chosen nail charm.
– Place a small dot of adhesive where you want the charm to be.
– Carefully set the charm onto the adhesive dot. Press down gently to secure it.

Step 4: Secure and Seal
– If you’re using nail glue, allow it to dry thoroughly.
– Apply a clear top coat over the nail, ensuring you seal the edges of the charm. This helps in preventing any snagging and extends the wear of the charm.

Step 5: Dry and Admire
– Allow the top coat and adhesive to dry completely.
– Voilà! Enjoy your newly charmed nails.

How to Remove Nail Charms: A Step-by-Step Guide

Step 1: Soften the Adhesive
– Soak a cotton ball in nail polish remover or acetone.
– Hold the soaked cotton ball over the charm for a few seconds. This will help soften the adhesive, making it easier to remove.

Step 2: Gently Lift the Charm
– Using tweezers or the edge of a wooden orange stick, gently lift the edge of the charm.
– Be patient and careful to avoid damaging your natural nail. If the charm doesn’t lift easily, reapply the soaked cotton ball for a few more seconds.

Step 3: Cleanse the Nail
– Once the charm is removed, use a nail polish remover to cleanse the nail of any adhesive residue.
– Buff the nail gently if needed.

Step 4: Moisturize
– The use of acetone can dry out your nails and cuticles. Apply a nourishing cuticle oil and hand cream after removal to restore moisture.

Tip: Remember, if you’ve used a stronger adhesive or a UV-cured gel, the removal process may require more time and patience. Always be gentle to avoid damaging your natural nails. Remember, with practice and patience, applying and removing nail charms becomes a breeze! Enjoy the artistry and expression that comes with each design.

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