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jwlover4ev asked:

27 May 2010

Nail Polish Bubbles?

Ok so whenever I paint my nails with a shimmery polish little bubbles appear the next day within the polish on my nails. Am I not doing something I should? How can I stop this from happening?

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auri

auri says:

Posted on 27 May 2010

Try putting Fingernail Polish Remover in it, and mixing it together. Not much though.

It seems as if its getting clumpy, and this will help thin it out, and still maintain the colour. (Dont put to much though, it will make it thinner and lighten the colour)

shesallsmiles

shesallsmiles says:

Posted on 28 May 2010

maybe you're shaking the bottle too much ?

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 29 May 2010

wow that's a new one



is it cheap?



are you putting it on too thick?



really how do bubbles appear the next day? do you mean it starts peeling in areas



that would mean you need a stronger nail polish usually the cheaper ones will bend and break off faster/easier

nailpzazz

nailpzazz says:

Posted on 31 Dec 2010

Hello... Try buffing ur nail then cleaning it off with a no lint pad soaked with alcohol or acetone. Then apply Orly rubberized base coat followed by two very thin coats of ur favorite color. Finally, I reccommend a Seche or Poshe fast drying top coat unless u have soft peeling nails. Try that exact procedure an ur polish has the potential of lasting at least ten days... If all else fails, go see an reputable Nail Tech in ur area that offers a No-Chip Manicure, that is guaranteed to last for two or even three weeks... You can go to the OPI web site or the CND web site and click on Salon finder for the Axxium (OPI) Soak-Off No-Chip Manicure and the Creative Nail Design (CND) web sites. Good luck. If you have any additional questions please friend me on my facebook page at nailpzazz@gmail.com and post any questions and will be happy to answer then for you. I hope this helps...

nailpzazz

nailpzazz says:

Posted on 31 Dec 2010

Last but not least. Never shake those polishes vigoriously.. That tends to put bubbles in the polish that always shows up later if not at the time of application.

jwlover4ev

jwlover4ev says:

Posted on 29 May 2010

It was OPI from Sephora for about $9 so it wasn't cheap. And I'm not even kidding tiny bumps form the next day that look like bubbles! Its not chipping or anything.

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