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Ideal Smoothing Base

Ideal Smoothing Base

Soins - 12ml
Regular price 16,50 € Save 0%

The Ideal Smoothing Base is a moisturising base coat that reworks the surface. It smooths out imperfections and ridges on your nails, coating it with a naturally pretty apricot pink tinge.

It leaves your nail surfaces well-moisturised, perfectly smooth and even, to apply polish easily. It improves colour adherence.

Made in France

📦 Free shipping when you spend €39 or more!

The Ideal Smoothing Base is a moisturising base coat that reworks the surface. It smooths out imperfections and ridges on your nails, coating it with a naturally pretty apricot pink tinge.

It leaves your nail surfaces well-moisturised, perfectly smooth and even, to apply polish easily. It improves colour adherence.

Made in France

📦 Free shipping when you spend €39 or more!

butyl acetate, ethyl acetate, nitrocellulose, acetyl tributyl citrate, adipic/neopentyl glycol/trimellitic anhydride copolymer, acetyl tributyl citrate, isopropyl alcohol, talc, acrylates copolymer, stearalkonium bentonite, n-butyl alcohol, styrene/acrylates copolymer, silica, benzophenone-1, trimethylpentanediyl dibenzoate, titanium dioxide, polyvinyl butyral, CI 77491, CI 19140

Apply a layer of Ideal Smoothing Base before applying your usual polish.

Does the smoothing base remove the ridges?

No, it conceals them but does not remove them.

Why is it coloured?

It is lightly coloured to make sure your nail colour is even.

The results

It helps to smooth ridges.

Can you remove it with Green Nail Polish Remover?

Yes, Green Nail Polish Remover removes the smoothing base.

What are ridges on nails?

When a nail has ridges, these appear as length-wise bumpy lines. Ridges are caused by ageing nails and can be a sign of bad health. Nails mostly split when soft and dry. They may be a sign of vitamin and mineral deficiency.

Isn’t it better to polish your nails to attenuate the ridges?

It is possible to buff your nails lightly when the ridges are not too pronounced. However if you buff them too much, you might actually stimulate the forming of ridges.

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