- Never use your nails as tools to pick, pull or peel things. Try to treat them like you always have wet polish on.
- Remeber to wear rubber gloves when doing the dishes or other activities that submerge your hands in water for long periods of time. Warm water can cause they layers of keratine in your nails to separate and lead to peeling.
- In addition to that last tip, if your nails are wet or have just been submerged in water, don't file them! That is when they're at their weakest. Moisturize, wait, then file.
- Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize! It helps out your nail beds and just makes your hands look lovely.
- Always use a base coat before you polish. It protects your natural nail, and some actually help improve your nail's quality.
- Nutrition affects the quality of your nails. You are what you eat is very true! Foods rich in Vitamin B, potassium, iron and calcium will improve nail health.
- Try to have one day off with no polish on your nails to let them breathe a bit. No fun, I know. But having weak, unhealthy nails isn't much fun either. It's for the greater good!
- I've heard you can soak weak nails in milk once a week to health strengthen them. Hmmm, I'll have to give this a try and let you know.
- If you have yellow stains on your nails, gently buff the surface of your nail to get rid of them. Try not to get carried away as buffing thins your nails.
Hi Gang! With all the new designs and amazing choices of nail polishes out there you'll want to make sure you stay on top of your nail care routine. Wow! It's all too easy to spend a small fortune on nail polishes and nail care so I get super excited when I find Sally Hansen Coupons. Here's a few easy easy tips to keep your manicure looking pretty. I'd love to hear about any tips you have too. A girl can never have enough information when it comes to keeping our nails looking fabulous!
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