Last time we talked about hair DIY at home. Today, let’s look at how you can keep up with nail maintenance during lockdown:
- One of the most asked questions it seems, is how to remove acrylic nails at home. The Huffington Post, Allure, and The Cut have tips.
- StyleCaster shows us 3 ways to remove a gel manicure.
- Once that’s sorted, have a look at these tips for growing strong, healthy nails after removing the gel manicure.
- Allure also asked experts how to remove dip nails without wrecking your natural nail underneath.
- The hashtag #quarantinenails is trending on Instagram. Have a peek at how people are practising their nail-art skills while social distancing.
- And last but not least, here are some suggestions on how you can support your local nail artists, hairstylists, and other beauty professionals impacted by the pandemic.
Fab Links from Our Members
Fashion and COVID meet in honour of one of Canada’s brilliant health officers and to benefit food banks. Suz reports that John Fluevog Shoes is launching a limited-edition shoe called “The Dr. Henry,” inspired by Dr. Bonnie Henry.
Nuancedream loves these “Instagrans” and their wisdom and zest for living their best life. Talk about ageless!
How to use birds to inspire your outfit. Vildy thought Imogen’s style challenge was the most charming style challenge ever.
Jenn directs us to this article about how L.A. sweatshops remain open and are now making masks.
Roberta found this interesting: Should masks be a fashion statement?
While in lockdown, photographer Julia Keil turns the camera on herself, making self-portraits inspired by paintings, the cinema or other photographs. Slim cat finds them quite inspirational.
Laura felt better after reading this NYTimes article in which experts answer whether or not the Coronavirus lurks on your clothes, in your hair or on your shoes.
She also thought this was an interesting view into the future of fast fashion. She adds: “I work with college students, and this is the quote that grabbed me the most: ‘I’m not really inclined to buy anything for the future,’ she says. ‘I’m 19; I don’t have a job right now, and there’s a lot of talk about the lockdown being extended.'”