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Advice on choosing the right nail polish

The quality of your manicure greatly depends on the quality of your nail polish. This is why selecting the right nail polish is such an important step in nail care.

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Preparing your feet for a new beginning – spring

Your feet have spent all winter in closed shoes and boots, where they did not get sufficient oxygen and care. Yet when the warmer days arrive, your feet have to look good enough for you to wear open shoes and sandals without shame. If you want your feet to stand up to this expectation, you should start ...
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How to treat your feet with SPA procedures at home

Summer is the season of open shoes. Those of you who have not yet included pedicure in their weekly cosmetic routine should start taking care of their feet before summer arrives.

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The main rules of pedicure

Pedicure is essential if you want your feet to look well. This is why every woman should know the basic laws of pedicure.
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Are nail polish removers dangerous?

Nail polish remover does not only have unpleasant smell, but also a few just as unpleasant side-effects. Popular opinion states that nail polish removers which do not contain acetone are harmless.
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Manicure according to the shape of your hand

  For many ladies manicure has become a healthful obsession but in order to do it right you have to keep in mind that just like clothes, certain types of it don’t look good on everybody. Below is our guide on how to coordinate your manicure according to your hand shape.
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The most common myths about manicure

Myth #1 – You should not file your nails back and forth because this leads to cracking. You should only file your nails in a single direction. Actually, back and forth filing of the nails is completely harmless if you use a 240 grit file or finer.
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