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Ok so this is a design that douga2007 did. Here is the link:
it is timeline 1:35
She has some wonderful designs :)
Ok so for the removal of your flower after you have gotten most of your polish off ~
For Acrylic Nails:
I use my drill and file down the flower. That way I don't have to worry about my acrylic nails being in acetone for to long and then having to do a fill-in or better yet a new set of nails.
For Natural Nails:
If you applied the acrylic directly onto your nail, then you are going to want to soak that off in pure acetone. DO NOT USE A DRILL ON YOUR NATURAL NAIL TO TAKE OFF YOUR FLOWER. You can do some serious damage. Just make sure afterward that you give yourself a manicure and soak your hands in warm extra virgin olive oil for at least 5 minutes and massage your nails and cuticle area. Acetone is really harsh on your skin. And then apply your cuticle oil and massage that in. Your hands and nails will love you for it :)
Ok everyone take care and i'll see you tomorrow for "Girly Tuesday"
~ Amber ~
All products used in this video i purchased myself and I am not affiliated with any of the companies nor am i being compensated.
Music courtesy of http://www.incompetech.com Kevin MacLeod
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