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Old 06-18-2008, 03:45 PM   #21
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From a longevity standpoint tho', it lasts forever!!
That it does!

But, as well as it stays on, I find that it dries out my nails which makes them break and because they don't recommend using a base coat, my nails have stained.
I found that to be the case, as well, so have taken to applying an inexpensive polish (right now I'm using Maybelline's Wet Shine....just a sheer buff look... which was .99) as a base coat and that's made a world of diff. No staining, no drying and the durability of the RCS remains the same.

ETA: the RCS stays on SO well I was having problems removing it so that layer of something else as a basecoat really has helped in that regard.

Keeping to the knitting basics

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