Carpet nails

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    Now I sit at the computer after a little morning sleep, and am both clean, plastered and sitting with my coffee cup and freshly painted nails, nice after the tiring yesterday! Not as good-looking as usual;) but I'm starting to catch up.

    Do you remember my post about Paese's nail polish? As I said, I could not stop painting "this is very funny"I said to Miska who then looked at me with a pensive look"why?” ”it will be so nice!" Lol. And when I had finished all the Paese colors (and glitter colors that you also saw in a post), I made a whole plate to show Paese's dull topcoat in different shades!

    Look so nice:


    The same color on two nails, but one is without top coat and the other is matte with the help of Paese Matte Top Coat, which costs SEK 79 on :)

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    A common question is if this top coat works on other nail polish brands as well, and I have tested it on top of many other nail polishes and it works gallantly! But I can not guarantee that it works without having tested it myself, but it works on most people in any case.

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    You do not need to make the whole nails carpet, but can e.g. play with tape to get patterns in the nails without having to supplement with another color :)

    Hug hug!

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    Helena Amiley
    I write mostly about beauty but also offer glimpses from the entrepreneurial life and the construction of our own camper van. Vanlife here we come!


    1. How do you make the different patterns? When I tried with tape, there is such a big difference in thickness that the carpet kind of sticks out

      • I make the whole nails carpet first, and then when it is dry I put on tape and paint with top coat instead. You can apply thinner topcoat to get a glossy surface than if you apply the matte topcoat last :)

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