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Find a plastic sheet and drop a few blobs of nail polish onto it. I like to use name cards that are hard and feel a bit plasticky for this cos they're small and disposable. Dip the round nib of your dotter into the polish. Try doing a few dots on the sheet/name card till you find the right size and uniformity that you want. Do the same upon the surface of your nail. Do not use too much pressure, that may cause the dots to look deformed. Remember to clean them after use and dry thoroughly. These tools are created from metal and susceptible to rusting. It's also easy to create your own personal nail dotter using stuff you have lying around your home. Bobby pins are a cheap and convenient alternative. Just move them out straight, and use the round tips in the end like normal dotters. Since all you need is a round end, you can use anything that resembles a dotter, like the back of a great eyeliner pencil cap, to illustrate.

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