with the holidays soon approaching, there's no better time to treat yourself to something special. nurture your nails at home with butter LONDON...
follow the steps below for the perfect do-it-yourself mani/pedi; products available at sarimotley.com.
1. remove any dirt and nail lacquer from nails with powder room, acetone free polish remover. powder room will gently remove all traces of nail lacquer, and has a soft powdery scent.
2. apply melt away cuticle eliminator to nails. melt away breaks down and softens dead skin cells for gentle cuticle removal.
3. gently push back the cuticles using a rubber-tipped cuticle stick (or pusher). this step helps achieve that “professional” manicured look.
4. shape nails with a file. gently move the file along the edge of the nail, moving in one direction only to prevent splitting and cracking. a nail file with fine grit is preferred for natural nails.
5. rinse hands/nails before applying butter LONDON three-free nail lacquer.
6. apply nail foundation flawless basecoat. this silk-finish, stain resistant, non-toxic basecoat hides and smoothes tiny ridges and imperfections.
7. for weak or damaged nails use horse power nail fertilizer. horse power is an herbal nail rejuvenator that will strengthen and repair nails, and can be used as both a basecoat and topcoat.
8. apply the first coat of nail lacquer onto your nails. a nice, thin coat will go on smooth and dry quickly. this will decrease the likelihood of nicks or smudges.
9. let your nails dry for a few minutes.
10. if desired, apply a second coat of nail lacquer onto your nails.
11. once dry, apply hardwear p.d. (pretty darn) quick topcoat onto your nails. hardwear protects the layers of color beneath and gives a super-shiny finish.
12. let your nails dry for another few minutes.
13. apply handbag holiday cuticle oil to maintain healthy nails.
14. have pretty nails...
butter LONDON products are formulated without the use of harmful ingredients like formaldehyde, toluene or dbt. for more information on these or other products visit our contact page or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.