do you file your nails before you paint them?
Make sure there is nothing on your nails, and be patient with applying your nail polish. I’ve gotten bubbles before when I glop the polish on the nail . . . but I’m not sure what’s causing your little bubbles . . . I’m sorry I couldn’t help!
Maybe airbubbles stuck in the brush…and too much product applied…
shake the bottle, then let it sit for 30 mins before you apply the nail polish
ive been painting and doing acrylic nails for a while. i do my own actually. ive learned a few things when it comes to polish application. 1. i dont normally shake the bottle to mix the color, instead i roll it quickly between my palms. there is usually a metal ball inside to help mix the color but if you shake, this whips air pockets into the polish. 2. make sure you clean your nails of natural oils and let dry. 3. apply a base coat and let dry 2mins at LEAST, this will prevent staining on the nails from the nail polish color. apply your nail color of choice and top coat. 4. remember to let dry in between coats…. when you dont allow the nail polish to dry in between coats, when the moisture leaves the polish to allow it to harden, it causes air bubbles that are trapped inbetween the coats that they are trying to escape out of….hope this helps a little
I doduper thin layers to prevent bubbles.
And don’t dry with a hair dryer or anything warm (… Reminds me of my teens!)
Hi hun! In The Beauty Department website they have some really useful tips on how to avoid bubbles on nail polish: http://thebeautydepartment.com/2012/04/avoiding-nail-polish-bubbles/ Hope it helps!
1. Use a basecoat
2. Don’t let the product toutch your cuticle
3. Apply 2 THIN layers. This is your main problem… Bubbles from shaking the bottle to hardstay in your nailpaint when you apply to thick layers.
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