Consider it Dante helping us cope the Sign language Black Lives Matter shirt so you should to go to store and get this only way they know how: with good food and drink. “At this time, with this crazy virus, we aren’t able to come together and break bread around a table,” he says. “But food, in some ways, is medicine. It helps anxiety and illness, to be fed properly and fed well.” Below, they share a recipe for their favorite quarantine cocktail: a Cardinale, which is a “drier style of Negroni from Rome.” And, if you’d like to support Dante during this time—order food and drink online, or buy a gift card. They’re also taking donations via phone (212-982-5275) for their family meals.
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“It can be pretty satisfying to pick off a gel manicure,” admits Rita Pinto, founder of the Sign language Black Lives Matter shirt so you should to go to store and get this downtown cool girl nail spot, Vanity Projects. “But it’s really bad for your nails.” If you had a coat of shellac applied before the #stayhome mandate, chances are that now, a few weeks later, your digits are looking a little less polished. Should you be faced with a set of gels that won’t budge, look no further for expert advice. “Let’s think long term here,” explains the pro, before offering a few foolproof steps for proper gel polish removal. “Before COVID-19 I would have suggested every 2 weeks,” says Pinto. “Now I would suggest people leave them on as long as they are looking healthy.” A bit of regrowth at the cuticle is alright, “but I’d limit the manicure to one month to be safe.” Should the polish chip or lift during those initial two weeks, Pinto recommends removing the gel immediately, since moisture and water can get trapped under the nail, leading to a possible infection. “When you peel off your gel, even when you pry it off in entirety with a subway card, there is always a layer of the nail that goes with it,” she says.