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Tag: Gel Polish
Are your lash extensions shedding?
With all our go-to beauty services closed and experts unavailable until further notice, it's safe to say that the enhanced community quarantine has inevitably left us to our own devices. But don't fret, because most of the beauty struggles we face at
You only need three products!
There's no denying it: Gel nails are amazing! Their high-shine finish looks luxurious, and you're assured a chip-free mani for weeks. As pretty as a gel manicure can be, you can only get it from a salon, and it can be expensive.
So easy to nail!
Like many of us, Laureen Uy loves gel polish. It's convenient for long trips or events because the vibrancy of the color lasts longer than your regular mani, it chips less, and it's just really pretty to look at overall.But as much as
Happy nails, happy me.
What: Solique x Agoo Gel polish by Girlstuff. In collabration with local brand Solique, beauty expert Agoo Bengzon (who was also Preview's beauty editor) released a limited edition collection of gel polishes. She created a total of three shades for the line:
Another hit from Happy Skin!
Gel mani fans, rejoice! Happy Skin just released its first line of gel nail polishes with a formulation that require no time under the UV lamp. Yup, believe it. Consider it your at-home pamper session's latest upgrade. Introducing, the Express Gel Polishes!IMAGE Happy SkinHappy Skin Express
It's easier than you think.
Gel manis are the best but when they've suddenly grown out or start to show signs of wear and tear, I somehow feel close to tears because not only do I have to shell out around P600-P800 again, but I also have
How long does a gel manicure survive on our a web editor's digits?
Last Monday, I started beauty prepping for Preview's Best Dressed Ball. I became serious with my daytime and nigttime skincare routine and soaked my strands with a nourishing hair mask. Without neglecting my digits, I went to I Do Nails in Eastwood