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To create a lasting Christmas candy cane design on nails, paint nails with red nail polish before painting bright white diagonal stripes to create a candy cane effect. Extend the life of the manicure by preparing nails b... More »

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Candy canes originate from sugar-stick candy that people hung on Christmas trees in the 17th century. The original candy was straight and white, without any colored stripes. More »

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The "Legend of the Candy Cane" poem comes from the book by the same name from Lori Walburg. It features a girl named Lucy who learns the poem and shares it with others, bringing her town together to learn the meaning of ... More »

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To remove gel nail polish, soak the nails for an adequate amount of time in an acetone-based nail polish remover, then gently remove the polish. If you try to pry or peel the polish off, you are likely to cause significa... More »

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Removing gel nail polish is easy to do with a few simple materials and tools by roughing up the surface of the nail, soaking the nails in acetone, gently lifting the gel polish from the nails and moisturizing the hands. ... More »

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To apply nail polish, file your nails and buff them. Apply a base coat followed by two coats of polish, and then finish off with a top coat. More »

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To make nail polish last, clean the nail beds with white vinegar, then file each nail short before applying a base coat to the nails, followed by two coats of nail polish and a top coat. Allow the nail polish to dry comp... More »

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