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Randy D
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I've fallen and I can't get up

  • I've fallen to a new low. Really let myself go. 

    I just applied nail polish without a basecoat. As a self proclaimed "Polish Enthusiast" I feel as though I've committed a crime. Any nail polisher worth their weight in acetone knows you apply basecoat, colour, then topcoat (unless your colour has a special finish that wouldn't be visible with topcoat). It's one of the basic rules oF PAINTING YOUR NAILS. What's going to be next to go? Since it's obvious I don't care about anything anymore... Maybe I'll stop showering and brushing my teeth altogether. But that won't matter anyway, no one will have to smell my stench (at least for a few months) if I stay in bed all day.


    First your basecoat, next whatever pathetic semblance of a life you had.



  • Jane S
    Jane S
    Nice to know there's a fellow polish enthusiast on Answermug. I rarely apply a base coat . My nails stain regardless and since I change my polish every couple of days having a long wearing manicure is not important to me . You'll be fine as long as you remember to file in one direction and take care of your cuticle.????
    September 29, 2016

  • Luna Lovegood
    Luna Lovegood
    What a base life you live :P
    September 19, 2016

  • OldSchoolTheSKOSlives
    Have some Nutella...;-D...
    September 19, 2016

  • ambivalent Friability
    ambivalent Friability
    Oh man, the title on its own almost made me laugh.xD Thanks for the link, Old School.
    September 19, 2016