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I have been painting my nails since I was in high school, which has been a very long time. One consistent problem that I have had is that my nails are not particularly strong and tend to flake and peel when they grow out. Also, nail polish stains my nail bed and chips at the tips. In the past I simply applied another coat and went on. I have tried both cheap and expensive nail polishes, every kind of base coat/top coat and nothing has really helped, that is, until I discovered Pink Armor Nail Gel.

I have been using this product weekly for about two years with amazing results.

  • First, Pink Armor keeps my nail polish from staining my nail bed. This is important for me because I typically change colors each week.
  • Second, Pink Armor has definitely strengthened my nails and I have much less peeling and breakage.
  • Third, Pink Armor has increased the wear of my polish. I do not have to reapply polish as frequently to keep my nails looking good.
  • Fourth, the cost is less than $10.

I often receive compliments on my nails. Most people think they are “gel nails” applied by a professional nail salon. People often don’t believe me when I tell them that I do them myself. Of course, the next question is “what do you use?”, and I tell them Pink Armor is my secret.

The picture above is a good representation of what to expect when using this product. I apply the Pink Armor as a base coat. I then apply my color which happens to be “Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Extreme Wear” in Fuchsia Power. Last step is a top coat “Sally Hansen Strengthening Top Coat”. The look achieved is very close to the appearance of gel nails.

Click here if you would like to give this product a try. Here’s to great looking nails without the expensive costs.

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