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Doing Drugstore: Total NailRx Fill Me In

Even though I know that months of painting (and repainting) toes can do a number on my nails, much to my chagrin, my surfaces have ridges I swear weren't there in seasons past. Hoping to smooth things over, I walked my bumpy toes over to my local Walgreens where I discovered this peachy miracle worker. The Total NailRx Fill Me In ($8) comes fortified with silk powder to fill in those unsightly gaps while making nails super-strong.

The surface smoothing base coat did exactly as the name implied and totally evened the playing (er, painting) field. The one downfall to note is that it actually dries to a subtle coral. While I like the hue alone, if you're going for glossy sheers or applying a color, it can change the shade up top.

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Glittersniffer Glittersniffer 7 years
I've used this brand's No More Fakes line...not bad! Their base dries a sheer pale pink...a little less threatening to other polish colors. I've since graduated to Nailtiques, and have lovely length to show for my trouble!
Glittersniffer Glittersniffer 7 years
I've used this brand's No More Fakes line...not bad! Their base dries a sheer pale pink...a little less threatening to other polish colors. I've since graduated to Nailtiques, and have lovely length to show for my trouble!
WiCkeD_LaDy WiCkeD_LaDy 7 years
interesting, just like you Bella, this dark polishes, and my toes, have gone bad, but still LOVE!!! my blue polish
WiCkeD_LaDy WiCkeD_LaDy 7 years
interesting, just likeyou Bella, this dark polishes, and my toes, have gone bad, but stillLOVE!!! my blue polish
ThePerfectScore ThePerfectScore 7 years
Buffing takes off layers of the nail and if you have really deep ridges buffing will only make the nails weaker and thinner not solving any problem but creating more..
writerjenna writerjenna 7 years
I agree with Evalicious. Buffing your nails (drugstores sell them in threes) every 2 weeks should keep your nails smooth and healthy. Please do more Doing Drugstore posts!! :D
writerjenna writerjenna 7 years
I agree with Evalicious. Buffing your nails (drugstores sell them in threes) every 2 weeks should keep your nails smooth and healthy.Please do more Doing Drugstore posts!! :D
Evalicious Evalicious 7 years
Why not use a nail buffer?
Evalicious Evalicious 7 years
Why not use a nail buffer?
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Good to know. I don't think I noticed this problem with mine but who knows.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 7 years
hmmmmy poor nails are like this...big vertical ridges :(
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 7 years
hmmm my poor nails are like this...big vertical ridges :(
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