Basic Manicure – Parts 1 & 2

Products Used / Mentioned

Zoya Remove+
Sephora by OPI polish remover
Cotton Rounds
HandsDown Ultra Nail & Cosmetic Pads –
Nail Brush –
Softsoap Cucumber & Melon soap
Sally Hansen Instant Cuticle Remover
Orangewood Stick
Nivea Soft Moisturizing Creme
The Body Shop Almond Nail & Cuticle Oil
The Body Shop Almond Hand & Nail Cream
Magic Nail, Nail Hardener
CND Sticky Base Coat

Products Used / Mentioned

China Glaze Liquid Leather polish
Zoya Maisie Fleck Effects polish
Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat

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10 Responses to Basic Manicure – Parts 1 & 2
  1. Mags

    Yay, videos! Thanks a lot for posting these, your videos are very informative and inspirational, as always. I have just subscribed to your new channel :)

  2. Lori Fodor

    Wow, Kristin you are amazing. This video is so timely and helpful. Did you see Dr. Oz yesterday? OMG the germs you can pick up at nail salons. I have decided to do my own mani-pedi from now on. I probably won’t do all the fun stuff that you do…I might be too old for that but the basic manicure stuff was great.

  3. Nadia

    Merci ♡
    I Love Your New Site for Beauty ^_^

  4. Janicke

    You should insure your hands. You are so talented!

  5. Carolyn P.

    Thanks for the video. Great info!

  6. Priscilla

    Hey Kristina, I just wanted to show you a pretty nice Groupon offer for The Body Shop since I noticed that you use a couple of their products. It is $10 for $20

  7. Mary H.

    Thanks for this video, Kristina. I painted my nails last night after watching…they turned out so much better than usual. Not perfect yet, but close! :)

  8. Haley

    Thanks for the video! Quick question, do you wash your hands again after putting on the cuticle oil?

    • kristina

      No, not right away. You need to let the oil soak into your skin first. I generally rub it into my cuticles so it absorbs faster, too.

  9. Minna Ropponen

    Thanks for this helpful video. I suck in mani&pedi but things might change from now on. Thanks to you!
    Is it really so that you don’t let the nail polish dry before you apply the top coat?