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I am at loss as to what I can use for my project. I require a product which can adhere to the human nail (not any damaging glues) while still being easily removable. There will be a degree of 'overlay' on the nail so it's going to need to cover the entire nail plus a bit more (maybe seen with fake nails?).

I've looked online and video tutorials on adding fake nails isn't convenient (while it could work). My biggest problem is I don't want to damage the nail so I can't use any popular practices often seen in beauty salons.

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Try flour and water paste or washable school pva glue. Start with the flour. It would be an interesting experiment to try a 50/50 mix of both. Another possibility is rubber cement (art gum). This will be quicker drying.

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