Acrylic nails look great when they're first done, but over time they begin to look dingy. Then again, who wants to spend so much time soaking them just to take them off? You can get your natural nails back without the boredom of soaking them for hours.
Instrutions: 1) Wait until the nails are grown out enough that your natural nails show mais than the acrylics.
2) Cut your acrylic nails down as far as possible using an acrylic nail clipper. Do not use regular nail clippers for this or your nails will crack and peel.
3) File the acrylics down as thin as you possibly can using a 4-sided buffer, concentrating...
Nail Polish has been around longer than you might imagine, since at least 3000 BC.
Polish originated at that time in China. The early mixture was a hodgepodge of bees’ wax, gelatin, gum arabic, and egg whites. Gum Arabic is a natural product found in the African árvore of the genus Acacia. The Chinese also added the petals of flores such as rosas and orchids, and alum to their polish.
During the same time period, upper class members in Egypt wore nail polish similar in texture to lacquer paint. The paint signified money and prosperity. I wonder what color Cleopatra preferred?