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nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!! nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!! nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!! nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!! nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!! nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!!

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nail polish remover is what you use to get nail polish off your fingernails. :)


Nail polish (nail varnish) is a lacquer applied to toenails or fingernails for appearance, but also as nail protection.


the chemicals in the nail polish stick to the nail


Actually, nail polishes do affect your nails because it has colors in it.


NO BUT CLEAR NAIL POLISH DOES


Nail polish is a substance applied to fingernails and toenails to improve the appearance of the nails and also to help protect the nails.


nail paint or polish, clear nail polish


you can get long fingernails by not cutting or bitting them off.You can also use a nail growth nail polish once a day,every day to keep your nails growing.


The nail polish is not sticking to your nail or chips faster than you expected because there was something of an oil base on your nail bed, such as lotion, soap, or even sweat. For it to stick, wipe your nails with nail polish remover, buff it, then spray with alcohol before polishing.


If I were you, I would check my drinking water for nitrates. They are responsible for "blue baby syndrome", where skin turns blue, but I don't know about fingernails. nail polish tehe Family Feud answers: nail polish, cold, dead, bruised


As a nice decoration for your fingernails and toenails! You never need to use it if you do not want to!


Either you need to change your nail polish, or you're pregnant.


The habit of biting one's fingernails is called onychophagia. You can get a bitter tasting nail polish to try to help you stop.[1]


you can use nail polish remover depending on what type of ink. water and soap works too.


You need more than markers to make nail polish. You can use markers on your nails as nail polish, though. The ink will stick. You'll have to be careful not to put your fingers in your mouth as ink is unhealthy.


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It can only damage your fingernails if you have polish on your nails over a long period of time. In other words, you take off the old polish and then straight away put on a couple of coats of new polish. Your fingernails need to breathe. You also need to be aware of the chemicals being used in some nail polishes, these chemicals should always be avoided. added: As above, when you frequently change nail polish colors, the harsh nail polish remover actually strips the lipids in the nail and the fingernail can literally dry out and become brittle. Further, some lesser quality (and usually darker color polishes) can leach into your nail and actually stain them. One way to help avoid this would be to use a clear coat polish first (let it dry) then apply the dark color polish. As the person above notes, it is important to give your nails a break polish when you can.


You can try it, but I would suggest not. You should really use nail glue for it, because nail polish is far too weak. Nail glue is good, it will not fall off unless you use a remover. I tried nail polish with fake nails but they came off, so it is best to use nail glue.If you want for a best nail polish then in my suggestion NOURISH (nourishmynails.com ) provide a great range of organic nail polish which is better for your nails.


take the nail polish off if your going to do acrylic nails yourself, it'll look bad if you dont and you can't make the nails stick good with polish on


If you wear allot of any nail polish it can turn your nails yellow if you have it on for too long. And why do you wear so much black nail polish? It's not really in anymore maybe go for a more light color like light pink or green


Nail Polish? Yes you can, no it wont be servicable nor stick, long term.


Soak cotton balls in acetone nail polish remover and put on your fingernails. Keep on for around 20 minutes. Once you have removed all the shallac nail polish, give your nails a massage with an oil, olive oil, solar oil, vitamin E oil. Any oil will do, you must keep your nails moisturized as the acetone nail polish will dry out your nails.


No, nail polish does not help fake nails to stay on, all it does is give your nails a nice color and shine. For your fake fingernails to stay on, you need to treat them gently, don't use them to open things with, and if you notice one lifting, put some glue there straight away and then go visit the nail tech. You have to be very careful that moisture does not get underneath a nail, as this can lead to nail fungus.


It puts color on your fingernails and toenails. It also stains stuff. it is the best thing you can do to be girly or if you a boy you may love to


Clear nail polish is a special coat of nail polish to protect the other coat of nail polish



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