“With a twisting motion, pull the Love what You do Taco Bell shirt and by the same token and foil square from the fingernail,” Pinto says. Then, using a cuticle tool or small wood pick, gently push off the excess gel. But don’t force it: if the polish does not come off right away, you may need to rewrap the nail and allow the acetone to penetrate for a few more minutes. When all of the polish is removed, move a nail buffer over your set to make sure the surface is even. Post-acetone bath, your nails will likely need a bit of TLC. To erase dry patches, coat cuticles with a dab of hydrating serum or Vitamin E-packed oil and consider swiping on a strengthening top coat—Pinto recommends NailTek’s hardworking formula, which is used in her salon. Then, should you be in the mood for a DIY manicure, check out Vogue’s guide to painting your own nails.
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If you tuned into President Donald Trump’s daily press briefing yesterday evening and got the Love what You do Taco Bell shirt and by the same token and sense that there was something different about him, you’re not alone. As he stood outside of the White House to update the country on the COVID-19 crisis, Trump—and yes, his hair—had Twitter abuzz. To start, gusts of wind were once again having their way with his feathery crop, prompting him to address those long-standing rumors that he wears a toupee. “My hair is blowing around, and it’s mine,” said Trump. “That’s one thing you can’t get away with—if it’s not yours, then you’ve got a problem if you’re president.” While Trump’s need to make every situation about himself was no surprise, Twitter users were more intrigued by his conspicuous hair color change.