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How to put the semi-permanent enamel on the feet?

After the manicure, there is nothing left to do but apply the semi-permanent nail polish on the feet! Performing a state-of-the-art application is really very simple; let’s discover together the step by step to put the semi-permanent nail polish on the feet.

Semi-permanent nail polish is the perfect solution for flawless nails, even for your feet! For a perfect pedicure, pedicure supplies is needed, such as nail files,nail buffer and pumice stone.

All the steps to apply the semi-permanent on the feet:

The advantage of applying the semi-permanent nail polish also on the feet is the duration: you will not have to worry about the pedicure for at least 3/4 weeks.

Preparation of the nail: Use the file to give your nails the right shape. Clean and degrease with the Cleanser, then apply the Non-Acid Primer, a few drops in the center of the nail and let it air dry for 30 seconds. You can start with the drafting of the Base Protection, which must be cured in a Led / UV lamp for 30 seconds.

Apply the semi-permanent colored nail polish: for a satisfactory result you need at least 2 coats of color (do not forget to close the tip), the two coats must always be catalyzed in a Led / UV lamp for 30 seconds.

Fixing everything with the drafting of the Top Coat: remember always close at the tip, this ensures that it does not chip anywhere. Finally remove the dispersion by degreasing the nail with a pad soaked in Cleanser.

Apply cuticle oil: preventing the cuticles from drying out and helping them grow better, so they can be removed more easily when you prepare the nail again in the future.

As shown above, applying the semi-permanent is really simple, in fact, it only takes a few steps for an impeccable result. I think the time has come to say goodbye. I hope this article has been useful and interesting.

Read also:How to Have Feet Always on Top?

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