That dont sound daft....i know the weather affects my skin..makes it dry and that so its no surprise it could affect your nsils too xThis may sound a bit daft but i swear it has to do with the weather. When its cold, as in really cold i notice that enamel does tend to chip and does not last as long.
Maybe it has to do with the enamel falling below desired temperature.
If not then i really do need to visit my GP, lol.
I am so glad I am not the only one. I thought I was doing something wrong I too use one base coat, 2 colours, one top coat again OPI, I wear gloves when in water, but they are cracking by the next day.my own nails are by nature quite papery and thin and I can do an OPI base, 2xcolour and their top coat and it's cracking by the next evening :cry: Thank goodness for nail enhancements :biggrin:
I have this problem too! But one of my clients had a manicure and I applied the polish in exactly this way and it lasted her 10 days.As Angie has said, someone with thin bendy nails will have problems keeping it on for long . . . my own nails are by nature quite papery and thin and I can do an OPI base, 2xcolour and their top coat and it's cracking by the next evening :cry: