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  1. first wash them good, and use nail polisher remover to remove and oil or paint on it, then soak it in vinegar, lemon juice or mayb hydrogen peroxide for 5 mins...

    10 Answers · Beauty & Style · 25/01/2010

  2. ...thick or if it is old and starting to dehydrate. Make sure you paint thin coats and do two or three if needed. You can also use an oil based make up which won't crack but smudges more easily and...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 15/02/2013

  3. ...already, then swipe some nail polish remover over your nails before you begin painting to get rid on any natural oils on your nails. This will keep the color smooth and help the color...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 14/08/2011

  4. Your blue is too dark, Sky blue is blue, not the darker shades. Therefore, you got purple, which is also a shade of violet,. You see violet is a color purple is a shade. I would say the first answer is...

    3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 23/05/2008

  5. Face paint is formulated to stay longer on your off without using the right method. I suggest you to use an oil based makeup remover. But if you dont have it, just use some...

    4 Answers · Beauty & Style · 18/04/2011

  6. ...blinc mascara (formerly called "Kiss Me") is not an oil-based paint like most mascaras. It is the world's original mascara formulation...

    8 Answers · Beauty & Style · 23/03/2007

  7. Mineral oil will loosen adhesive from almost anything and won't harm your sister. WD-40 will work as well. This is going to take patience, and you still may have to trim the worst of the mess out.

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 17/10/2008

  8. I really don't think it will damage it. All oils can do is repair cuticle. You don't have to worry because your...

    7 Answers · Beauty & Style · 17/04/2008

  9. Oil Pastels!!!! I use them at every football game I go to! Easy to use and chemical free-ish!!! Hope this helps!

    3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 13/02/2011

  10. As a Japanese nail technician i feel i have an answer for u. r u going to paint them with paint? use oil!

    6 Answers · Beauty & Style · 18/03/2009

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