How to fix a marble nail (and other repairs)

The world has changed, and it’s time to update your manicure and pedicure.

So, here’s how to keep your manicures looking the way they used to.

But first, some basic guidelines for applying nail polish and pedics:Wash your nails thoroughly before each manicure.

Make sure you don’t let your nails drip.

You don’t want the polish to soak into your skin, or any other part of your body.

Apply your manicured nails to the front of your head.

If your nails are too short, you can apply a small amount of nail polish to your entire head.

Apply the polish in the same direction as you would any other polish, and then carefully lift the polish off.

Apply another coat to the sides and back.

The polish will keep for a while, and will remove all the polish before you have to reapply.

Remove the polish with a damp cloth.

It should take a few seconds for the polish not to dry on your hands, but it will still stick to your nails.

Apply the polish as you normally would, but do not allow it to completely dry on the skin.

It will stain your skin.

When you’re done, take your nails and wash them with soap and water.

Wipe the nail polish off with a clean cloth.

Wipe it off with your fingernail.

Wash your hands afterwards with soap, and leave them out for 10 minutes.

You can use an antibacterial soap, but don’t apply too much.

When your nails have dried, it’s a good idea to give your pedicures a final wash with a water-based soap and a warm, damp towel.

Apply a coat of nail glue.

Apply it with your fingertip, so that it’s applied evenly.

Then, apply the next coat of polish.

You can make your manicurists happy by giving them the same tips and techniques that they used when they were kids.

“It is wonderful when we can give them new and wonderful tools,” says Dr. Linda Dye, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of South Florida and a clinical pediatrics consultant.

“That is the best thing about pedicuring.”