- Do not remove the whole cuticle, to avoid infections. Always begin by removing it where it appears in greater quantity, that is, in the upper corners.
- Relax your hand! When applying the enamel on the nails, just relax your hands. Put only a little bit of enamel on the brush, beginning from the center of the nail and pulling to the sides on a straight line, without stopping.

- Watch out for disasters: when cleansing the nail after applying a dark colored enamel, be careful not to blot. Put a very small quantity of cotton damped in just a little bit of Verona Nail Enamel Remover on a little stick and turn it around the nail. Do not force too hard or the enamel may run to the edges, making it harder to remove it.

- Make your enamel last: the thicker the coat gets, the less it will last. Nevertheless, dark enamels must have two coats, so it will not stain.

- Try easy to apply colors: at home, use only light colored creamy enamels when you feel well trained. They stain very easily.

- Forget about the drying oil, it stains your clothing and leaves your fingers greasy. On top of the last enamel coat, apply an “extra-shine”, the right product to make the nail enamel last longer.

- Make a modern mix: to make your usual nail enamel more modern, apply a coat of gleaming enamel on top: brown + gold, sand + silver, white + silver.

- Get rid of nail stains: clove oil, which can be found at pharmacies, is very good to remove white spots from nails. Forget about the nail enamel for a few days and use only the clove oil, until the white little spots disappear.