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So you always have a steady hand when sticking nail wraps!

Do you sometimes have problems with the application of the nail wraps because you do not have a steady hand? Here come my ultimate tips for you, how you keep a steady hand

and so you can apply more correctly:

Each of us has a strong and a weak hand (right-handed/left-handed).

It makes sense to work with the weaker hand in the beginning. Why? Especially at the beginning of the work, the hands are still calm. This makes it easier for you to start with the less practiced hand. The more you progress with the application and the more you have to concentrate, the more important it is to have a steady hand. Use the strong hand at the end! This trick makes sticking on much easier.

First, think about which fingernails you want to use to remove the protective film from the nail wraps. These two fingers always come last (e.g. the thumbs).

Start with the smallest fingernail on your stronger hand and work your way up to the index finger. Then switch to your weaker hand. Again you go from the smallest fingernail to the index finger.

Loosen the protective foils for the remaining thumb foil best directly one after the other. This way you do not have to remove the protective foil with a freshly applied thumbnail remove.

When applying the TopCoat, proceed in the same order.

Paint the little finger of the strong hand first, then work your way up to the index finger. Let the polish dry. Then switch to the weak hand and paint in the same order as you stuck. The thumbnails again conclude.

My extra tip: the best time for nail foil application and polishing is in the evening. So can everything harden well overnight? Our TopCoat is dry in no time at all in the air, so that you don't have to worry about surprises the next morning.

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