DIY NAILS

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Well it’s time to redo my nail color and I thought I would show how well Pink Armor works for me by going through the whole process. I have included pics to give a true visual of my nails beginning to end.

Clean nails with no polish

As you can see in the pic above, I have removed the old red polish. My nails have no staining, which has been a problem for me in the past. Pink Armor really does its job in protecting my nail bed.

Nails with one coat of Pink Armor

The next step is to apply one coat of Pink Armor. It’s hard to see in the pic because Pink Armor is not shiny, but trust me, I have applied a nice coat and will let it dry before applying my nail color. It dries quickly, so I usually wait about 7 minutes.

Two coats of color

In this pic, you can see that I have applied two coats of my preferred nail color. This happens to be Sally Hansen’s Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear in Pucker Up. Already my nails have transformed but I am not quite done yet. I usually let this dry about 10 minutes before applying a top coat.

Finished – top coat applied

Finally, I apply a strengthening top coat to protect the color and provide shine. Again, most people think I have gel nails from a salon. Pink Armor provides a protective base and helps my color last throughout the week with very little touch up.

In this unique season of COVID19 and salons being closed, doing your nails yourself might be just the thing you need. Click here if you are interested in purchasing or getting more information about Pink Armor.

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