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- Stronger, more durable nails in minutes!
- Helps restore weak, brittle nails
- Protection and added shine
- DBP free
L.A. Girl Calcium Nail Builder will help you grow thicker, healthier nails by protecting nails from breakage, chipping and peeling. Helps to bond nails that are splitting or peeling. Builds thicker nails in just days and is DBP free. Provides protection and added shine. Ideal for weak and thin nails.
Apply under and over nail color or apply two coats over natural nails alone. May be used as a basecoat and/or topcoat under or over nail polish. Re-apply every 2-3 days for stronger, more durable nails.
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So far so good! It's been a few weeks, I've had my acrylics off for a couple of months. My natural nails have been growing, slowly but surely, and this has helped to keep them strong while the thin parts grow out. December 24, 2014
hate it! my nails are real weak and very thin. this stuff does not work for me and made my nails a ugly yellow. October 12, 2012
It Works It wont chip my nail polish and it lasts. I can put a coat or two every other day and it still wont chip. It adds strength to the nails, making them harder to break. I add a few more coats to my thumb, index, and middle finger nails because those are the ones more likely to break. The only thing I don't like about L.A Girl Is that I don't really see an improvement in rate of growth. I also don't like that there is a slight change in nail color once I apply it. Not too much of a change, but it is there. It is not a true clear. All in all, it is a great product and I will continue to buy it. June 6, 2012
Excellent! I have used this product for several years now. Prior to using this product my nails would always split as soon as they grew a certain length. Now they actually get too long and I have to file them down avery other week. I use it alone or as a base & top coat. It also makes my color polish last longer. The only negative about this product is they are often sold at in the store! July 29, 2011