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Sally Hansen Salon Effects, Real Nail Polish Strips tutorial. See how they work and how to apply them.

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  1. Joy Graci Riley
    Joy Graci Riley says:

    Did you know that Incoco makes these strips for Sally Hansen and Avon. Incoco is the company that also makes Color Street nail polish strips and coconut nail polish strips.

  2. Karin Howell
    Karin Howell says:

    you can use one strip twice. Do your thumb last. You can use your thumb nail to remove excess strip. Be careful thought cos its very delicate. and then you can apply top coat. Be careful when buying, sometimes if they are in the reduced bin, the stickiness wears away. 

  3. Fran C
    Fran C says:

    the finished manicure wasn't great but the technic is what she should. Always apply a top coat. I always do and they last at least 2 weeks. In terms of yellow nails. i've been using nail decals for about 6-8weeks straight with no break (in an attempt to stop biting my nails!). My nail colour is fine. No problems.

  4. Emyca X
    Emyca X says:

    try painting away from the cuticle/ the skin where the nail bed starts. chemicals will still make the nail yellow but it'll be less extreme.

  5. Shmease
    Shmease says:

    Your nails don't actually need oxygen, they are made of keratin which is a protein. Meaning, your nails are not alive and are made of non living cells. If you use a good quality base coat and take care of your nails between polishes, it will help to minimize the yellowing. If it is still persistent, you may want to ask your physician to see if it might be connected to an underlying medical condition.

  6. cortex19518
    cortex19518 says:

    buff your nails first but dont smooth them leave em a little ruff and make sure your nails have no oils on them by wiping then with a little nail polish remover or rubbing alcohol before you put them on

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