24pcs Butterfly Print Fake Nail & 1sheet Tape & 1pc Nail File

24pcs Butterfly Print Fake Nail & 1sheet Tape & 1pc Nail File

Introducing the 24pcs Butterfly Print Fake Nail Set! This set comes with 1sheet of Tape and 1pc Nail File, everything you need to get started!

-How to apply nails

Just take a nail file, and file your nails lightly to a semi rounded shape, then polish your nails with a top coat for a few hours (recommended to be applied in morning or afternoon).

-How to remove nails

Take nail off slowly, use cotton to dry them and gently rub them around gently.

-How to care nails

-Nail polish can make nails yellow, pink or light purple.

Clean up your nails when is needed.

-Avoid harsh chemicals, to preserve strong nails.

Apply a base coat after using a nail polish.

-Avoid over coating, applying polish frequently will make your nails dry and brittle.

Let manicure dry for half a day, and then remove with a nail polish remover.

-Tips for manicures (Nail polishes)

-After you wash your hands, do not put nail polish/nail polish remover immediately, wait for a minute

-Avoid using a nail file immediately after putting nail polish on, else your nail polish will chip.

-After getting off with nail polish/nail polish remover, wait for half an hour before taking a hard bath.

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