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Nail Lacquer

by Morgan Taylor
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Nail Lacquer

by Morgan Taylor
MORGTAYL1
$3.39 - $12.99
Nail Lacquer is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6.
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  • Cuticle friendly brush shape for seamless application Ultra long-wear and ultimate color performance Incredibly pigmented and luxurious formulas

    Morgan Taylor Professional Nail Lacquer is inspired by luminous pearls, raw gems, semi - precious stones, glimmering silvers, and radiant gold all drawn from the earth. The exclusive Morgan Taylor Nail Lacquer is infused with rare and precious elements.

     

    All pigments are saturated, pure, and finely milled for luminous metallic, never before seen shimmers, decadent crèmes, stunning sheers, and more glistening glitters.

     

    The payoff - smooth, even, long - lasting color with a gorgeous professional finish.

     

    In Morgan Taylor's commitment to the professional and as a worldwide leader in the nail industry, they recognize the importance of a globally compliant nail lacquer that is free of formaldehyde, toluene, and DBP.

  • Apply Morgan Taylor Professional Nail Lacquer Base Coat then with your choice of Morgan Taylor Professional Lacquer shade apply, two thin coats. Finish the manicure by applying Morgan Taylor Nail Lacquer Top Coat.
  • USAGE:

    Apply Morgan Taylor Professional Nail Lacquer Base Coat then with your choice of Morgan Taylor Professional Lacquer shade apply, two thin coats. Finish the manicure by applying Morgan Taylor Nail Lacquer Top Coat.

     

    PRO TIPS:

    1. Prep, prep, prep! Proper nail preparation is key with any successful manicure. Remove excess oils on the nail plate before getting started.

    2. Morgan Taylor was an extended wear nail lacquer long before the term was even created. Super high-quality formulas have always been our mantra. Cap the free edge for a lasting manicure.

    3. Use React Base and Top Coat with Morgan Taylor nail lacquer for maximum shine and wear.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best! I love the Morgan Taylor brand and the colour goes on beautifully. Only one coat too, though I do a second if I want a deeper colour.
Date published: 2020-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect shade Just the perfect shade I was looking for, rich in texture, definitely recommend this!
Date published: 2020-08-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Started to peel after the very first day Extremely disappointed, bought 2 bottles: "Gotta have hue" and "Am I making you Gelish?", both lasted 2-3 days top ;(
Date published: 2020-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nail lacquer I like the color, it went on nice and it looked nice after the second coat.
Date published: 2020-05-16
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Does nail lacquer have to go under UV or LED light??? Does it have to be soaked or filed off???

Asked by: Annabelle54
No it does not need a UV or LED light. It is a nail polish which is easily removed with nail polish remover.
Answered by: Lindylou67
Date published: 2020-08-06

Do you have to use the base coat in order for this to work? Or can you paint it right on your nail?

Asked by: Anonymous
If it's a light color you don't need a base coat. I don't know about the brighter colors since I haven't tried any of those - you might run the risk of nail discoloration that takes weeks to go away.
Answered by: AndreaAE
Date published: 2020-07-20

So you need to soak to remove? Or can you remove with asetone?

Asked by: Shansteph
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