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Red Carpet Manicure Gel Polish Pro Kit EXPIRED

bittul 26,678 February 12, 2013 at 02:46 AM in Health & Beauty (3) More Drugstore.com Deals
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Promoted 02-12-2013 at 08:26 AM View Original Post
Drugstore.com has Red Carpet Manicure Gel Polish Pro Kit on sale for $29.99 when following the instructions listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks bittul

Note, offer is available to only new customers
  1. Click here to activate: $10 off $50 coupon (New Customers Only)
  2. Red Carpet Manicure Gel Polish Pro Kit
    • Put a check-mark in the box "Save 50% on Red Carpet Manicure Gel Polish Pro Kit"
    • Add item to cart
  3. Proceed to checkout
  4. Total at checkout after coupons should be: $30 with free shipping
  • Professional LED Light /w AC adapter
  • Prep (Max Adhesion Prep)
  • Structure (Base Coat Gel)
  • Brilliance (Seal & Shine Top Coat Gel)
  • Revitalize (Nourishing Cuticle Oil)
  • Purify (Pre & Post Application Cleanser)
  • Erase (Gel Nail Polish Remover)
  • Red Carpet Manicure Instructions Card
Price Research: Our research indicates that Red Carpet Manicure Gel Polish Pro Kit is $49 lower (62% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $79. - Discombobulated

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Click SD affiliate link [linksynergy.com] to activate $5 off $30 / $10 off $50 offer for new customers

Click coupon and add to cart: http://www.drugstore.com/red-carp...tid=293581

Checkout Smilie

Final price will show at checkout. (if you want to double check... enter your zip code in cart and click "get estimate". You'll see the additional $10 discount under your subtotal.)

Total $29.99 + Free Shipping!

Compare and read reviews:
$79.99 @ Target: http://www.target.com/p/red-carpe...A-14197726
$79.99 @ Ulta: http://www.ulta.com/ulta/browse/p...rod3950155
$79.99 @ Red Carpet Manicure: http://www.redcarpetmanicure.com/...-p-11.html
$78.78 @ Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Red-Carpet-...B00662Z24A


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Quote from stgermaine View Post :
THanks so much for the reply. You've confirmed my worry. I think I'll just stick with my regular stuff. Cheers!
I do nails for living (Yes, I make your nails shinny...like diamonds in the sky), I have yet seen any nails got damaged due to gel manicures. At least the ones I did. Now if we're talking about artificial nails (acrylic, gel powder), they do damage your nail beds due to the constant grinding down the newly grown part when you get a back-fill. I have clients that come in every 2 weeks to get a new color(s) put on, I haven't seen any damaged nails even at that frequent interval. If whoever did your gel manicure and managed to screw up your nail beds, DON'T GO THERE ANYMORE! Since it doesn't seem like they know what they're doing. Just my 2 cents Smilie
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what does this mean "just be sure to wrap the free edge to avoid the top coat shrinkage". sorry newbie to this lol

yea, I'm a newbie too, what does it mean?
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QUOTE=dw234;57569576]what does this mean "just be sure to wrap the free edge to avoid the top coat shrinkage". sorry. newbie to this lol

yea, I'm a newbie too, what does it mean?[/QUOTE]

Wrapping your nails refers to putting polish on the tip/end of your nail and slightly over the edge onto the undersidof your nail as well. Some polish shrinks when it dries which will leave the tip bare, wrapping prevents that. Wrapping also helps your manicure last longer by slowing tip wear (where after a day or two the ends of your nails become bare from the polish wearing off ).

http://the-polished-perfectionist...s.html?m=1 Link on how to do it with pics.
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what does this mean "just be sure to wrap the free edge to avoid the top coat shrinkage". sorry newbie to this lol[/QUOTE]
No problem, it's a lingo most wouldn't know. Your free edge is the very tip of your nail, the end of it that can tap on the desk. This part of the nail is probably most prone to chips, shrinkage, whatever. While top costs are great for protecting from chips and drying quickly, they can cause shrinkage, which more or less looks like you didn't paint the entire nail. It will literally shrink your polish. To prevent this, you want to wrap, or paint that free edge. I'll be honest and say that I don't always do this, but that is because I change colors several times a week. But, this measure can be used with your gel Polish as well, and which I always try to do to because it can extend the manicures life. I'm not an expert, but this is a hobby for me. I I hop this answers your question.
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How do you get 10% shop discover? Coupon seems to require I follow their link and shop discover requires I use their link...
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Cannot get this deal to work - don't see a check box.
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Thanks OP received the 2 I ordered today, just in time for Valentines gift for gf.
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I don't see the check box for the 50%. Bummer. Can anyone help me out?
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Looks like the $40 off is no longer valid - the check box to add the special offer is gone.

(I received mine yesterday and played with it last night! Thanks for all the hints and tricks to it - found it super easy to use!)
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so i got mine and did it last night. the red polish worked great i tried it for the pedicure, but for my manicure I tried OPI's blasted nail color and it didn't work that great. The first coat was kinda weird, it wasn't going on smooth...i'm not sure if this is because it's the blasted one(never used before) so it cracked or if it's just the OPI won't work with this kit? guess i'll try again once it starts to chip on me. do i need to only use the gelish/gel polishes with this?? tia!

also i have short nails but i followed the instructions step by step last night and already two of the nails are chipping..am i doing something wrong??
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Thanks for the hints and tips, everyone.

I did my nails Monday and am very pleased with how they look, but even more so, how long they last. No chips or peeling of any sort, they look like new despite doing dishes, taking showers, working with my hands. They still look like I just painted them five minutes ago. OMG, it's so nice to have low maintenance nail polish! One less thing to worry about.

I'll be looking forward to see how this works with regular nail polish, I bought some beautiful Zoya colors (thanks to SD) that I cannot wait to try. Thanks again, everyone! Smilie
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