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Chip Trick

Interested in dew-drenched creams and Mike Lair gold-kissed metallics? Try Zoya’s new Awaken Line. Hudson and Rebel are our faves.  Time to brighten up your looks and outlook for Spring.Tired of the instant chip effect on your manicures?

If you’ve been reduced to stashing a bottle of your current nail color in your Coach do not despair, because as always, PD’s got you covered.

Before you apply your nail color or any other base coats, grab a bottle of the Old World standby vinegar and dab a little onto a cotton swab. Swipe over each of your nails. Let it sit for a minute, then apply your manicure.Vinegar used to be the cure all for virtually everything. Wonder if it works on corrupt politicians?

This little vinegar trick will prevent chipping and should add an extra week to your polish, high-end or otherwise.

That’s it, only one extra step.

You’re welcome. 

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    My grandmother swears by vinegar for everything.

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