Asked by Catty1003 Jul 2010
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NailEnvy Jul 2010
Get a Shellac pedicure or Minx!! Both last ages on the toes- minx has been on mine for 6 whole weeks. They are both professionally applied treatments and truly great- have a search on the www or if you're near to Leicester I am more than happy to have a new client!!
allseasonsbeauty Jul 2010
Some of the newer products like Minx Nail armour and CND Shellac can last a lot longer. Minx Nail armour can last for weeks and Shellac is designed to last perfectly for two weeks without scratches or chips.
As far as keeping polish, adding a coat of top coat after a few days can build up a bit more of a defense if you find that it isnt easy to keep it looking good.
Kris10carol Jul 2010
Use OPI Polish, make sure that the "tips" of your toes are polished - buy the polish, so that you can touch up & reapply in two days if you need to - or for sure at the end of one week. Then I use Sech Vite top coat & after I apply a second coat I always put another coat of Top Coat over that & left it dry fully (30 minutes) before you go kick up your heels -or- flip flops girl!!! Good Luck!
PamiSahota Jul 2010
have gel nail varnish which can last up to 3/4 week with out chipping - you are most well come to my salon i do do them!
tink10 Jul 2010
Minx is a nail covering for the nails last longer than varnish there are a vast choice of effects ie leopard print to tartan or plain colours. contact a Minx specialist in your area.
vanessaryan Jul 2010
If it is applied professionally it will last about 6 weeks, once the nails have been filed then buffed and also primed to remolve any excess oils on the nail bed then there will be no problem. I use orly nail polishes as as long as you use there base top coat and french polish kit you will get an even flawless french manicure avoid using mis match polishes as it can cause peeling.Then to top it up apply ba top coat once a week
Tiana Jul 2010
A profesionally done pedicure would usually last you 4 - 6 weeks, depending on how quickly your toenails grow. I find the best way for it to last in the summer with more exposure to your toes is so to make sure it is painted right over the free edge ( with every coat applied) and then you can pop an extra coat of topcoat over every 2 weeks, just to help brighten the varnish up and make sure the rest of the colour is seeled in to prevent it from chips. Good luck.