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low chignon hair tutorial. Did this and LOVE it! My hair was just slightly damp, and I just used a bit of hair spray to add a smidge of volume. Doing again and often!

Vegetable Oil Nail Strengthener Makes 20-30 applications 2 tsp castor oil 2 tsp salt 1 tsp wheat germ oil > Pour all ingredients into a sealable bottle. > Before each use shake well. > Rub a small amount of the mixture onto your nails. > Leave on for 3-5 minutes. > Wipe off with a cotton pad.

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Did you know…. You can make nail polish last longer on your nails with vinegar?! Just take a cotton ball and dip it in vinegar then swipe it over your un-polished nail. After it’s dry, polish your nail! That’s it, your nail polish will last longer.

When doing your nails, use Elmer's glue around your nail, let it dry, go crazy with paint, and then peel off the glue. WHY HAVE I NEVER HEARD OF THIS BEFORE?!

Make nail polish last longer on your nails with vinegar! Just take a cotton ball and dip it in vinegar then swipe it over your un-polished nail. After it’s dry, polish your nail! That’s it, your nail polish will last longer -Need to try this.

27 nail polish tricks. Some good stuff I didn't know about

Band-aids for french manicure - they're already curved. Smart!

add cornstarch to clear polish to get matte finish. MIND BLOWN!!

PIXAR featuring OPI Nail Polish by DisneyBound Clown Fish - “In my back pocket” Kevin - “Magic” To Infinity and Beyond - “Temptation” Monster in the Closet - “Teal the cows come home” Brave Lass - “Ski teal we drop” A Bug’s Life - “Gargantuan Green Grape” Pizza Planet - “Need sunglasses?” Lightning McQueen - “Big red apple”

Clear coat, dip it in glitter and BAM!

How to get white nails after so much nail polish -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and voila! White nails! REMEMBER THIS AFTER USING Dark NAIL POLISH! thank you!!

Spray PAM on wet nails, wipe it off, and they are completely dry! Hmmm...have to try this idea from Real Simple magazine.