Nail Polish Causes Toenails to Change Color

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If nail polish causes your toenails to change color, there are a few important things you have to do next. Find out what to do if nail polish causes your toenails to change color with help from a licensed nail technician in this free video clip.

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Hi, everyone. My name is Joi, licensed nail technician, and today I want to answer the question what to do if your nail polish causes your toenails to change color. So the things that I'm going to use for this are a buffer and a basecoat. So if your nail polish tends to make your toenails change color it could be due to 1 of 2 things, either 1 the surface of your toenails is not smooth which can cause the polished color to sort of seep in and get trapped or 2 you just need to simply use a basecoat. So to show you how to resolve the first issue you're gonna take your buffer and just use a light scrubbing, buffing motion, go back and forth and stroke in one direction making sure that you get the entire surface of the toenail, okay, and you can just touch it to be sure that everything is nice and smooth and then you follow up with your basecoat. It doesn't have to be any particular brand, just make sure that when you put it on you coat the entire surface just as you did when you buffed going all the way out to the edges and this does just what it says, it provides a base so that when you go to remove the polish your toenails are still their own natural color and no yellowing, no brownish, just nice natural toenail color, keeps them protected. So thank you all for watching, and again, my name is Joi, bye.

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