Nail polish originated in China and dates back to 3000 BC around which the royal house preferred a colour of gold and silver.
By 19th century nails were tinted with scented colours and red oil.
It was reported that nail polish sales hit a record of $768 million [N268 billion] in 2012 in the US.
Things that can happen when you paint your nails:
When polish tips on your cuticles:
The optimal choice is fixing with a polish remover pen. But, if you don’t have one at home, simply dip a cotton swab in nail polish remover and use to remove the excess polish from your skin.
When brush gets stuck in the bottle:
Put nail polish remover on a tissue and use it clean the opening of the bottle. To get things in tip top shape, put the tissue on the edge of the bottle, put the brush in the bottle and close so that the nail polish remover gets into every nook and cranny.
When your nail polish wont dry:
Submerge your fingers in cold water for about three seconds. When you pull your hands out, the polish will be rock hard.
When the nail polish is too thick:
Add a few drops of nail polish thinner to the bottle.
When there is bubble in the polish:
Roll it in between the palms of your hands you can also stick the nail polish in the fridge for about 15 minutes before you paint your nails this will ensure a smooth, bubble free finish.
Having your nail done has great beauty attached to it. A reader once said that it denotes a neat appearance.
Others instigated that it makes them look fake since make up conceals every flaws.
No matter their opinion nail art is a fashion trend that has come to stay.
Credits: nailartaholic studios, stylecaster.com, wikipedia.org.
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