The beauty of making your own basic white polish is that you can use it to finish off your look, or to cover a few areas of the body.
To make your own, all you need is a small jar of the stuff and some patience.
First, buy a couple of white polish jars.
There are plenty of them in your local drugstore.
For instance, I have two of them, and they’re worth £5 each.
If you don’t have a large enough jar, you can buy them online, but that will take some getting used to.
To get started, open up the jar, and place the white polish inside.
Place it on a baking tray or other surface.
The white polish will be quite soft, and you can push it into place, or push it to the side.
You want the polish to be a little flat, but not too much so that it rubs up against the side of your face.
Now add a couple more white polish to the jar.
This time, put a few drops of a base colour into it.
This colour is meant to be very reflective, so you’ll want to make sure you’re putting some of it into the jar in the right way.
Then, pour it in.
You can either pour it into a glass, or put it into your mouth.
Next, add the shellac.
Once the shellacs are all in, it’s time to put the white makeup on.
Grab a couple and put them in a small baggie.
Pour the shellacon on your face, and use a toothpick to dab the polish into your skin.
Keep the lid of the jar open, and let the shellacer polish dry for about two hours.
When it’s dried, remove it from the jar and wipe your face with a damp cloth.
Put the jar back in the baggie and add a few more white makeup drops.
Repeat the process until all the polish is gone.
And that’s it!
You’ve made your own shellac french polish!
For those of you who are new to shellac French, there are several benefits to making your very own.
It’s a great option for the very young and the very old, who want a little more shine in their skin, and those with oily skin.
It also makes a nice finishing touch when it comes to the basics.