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    Posted: May 18 2010 at 1:17pm
Nail Care is important when it comes to personal grooming. Suppose a woman has applied makeup carefully and attired herself with most fashionable clothes, but has been careless about her nails. How do you think she would look like then? Won't it be a bit shabby? It happens in our everyday life. Indeed it would be better if we give some more attention to nail care. Here are some essential tips on nail care which would definitely help you a lot.

Nail Care
  • Take care of your nails between salon visits.
  • File your nails regularly and always keep them short.
  • If your nails are exposed to chemicals, moisture, water, etc, it could result in split peeling nails or allergic reaction. Wear rubber gloves to protect your nails or coat them with some cotton.
  • Never use something like scissors for both for infected and non infected nails.
Artificial Nails
  • Always get artifical nails applied by a good technician.
  • Artificial nails would need manicure or refilling every two or three weeks.
  • If you decide to remove them, appropriate solution is not difficult. Even when the artificial nails are removed, natural nails remain in the same condition.
Nail Tip Design
  • Using glue could damage your nails, even if it is applied on polish layers.
  • Ensure the last polish layer is dry before applying the next. Use layers of different colours.
  • Keep on experimenting with nail tip design. You could use Chinese characters, apply small fake tattoos or create different patterns.
  • You could use band-aids for applying design. Cut band-aids and stick them on top of a dry coat of polish. Contrasting color would look good.
For Acryllic Nails
  • Keep your acrylic nail polished. Thick polish could cause bubbles and uneven application. So first add a drop of polish and then dilute it thinner.
  • Before applying any acrylic layer, clean your nails. If the nails have remnants of cuticle oil, old polish or lotion, the new polish would not apply itself properly.
  • For avoiding bubbles, remove the excess from the brush along the bottle's border.
  • Lay a base coat to protect your nails and in the process, help helps the acrylic layer to stick in proper way.
  • Use a nail stick to clean up the acrylic on the skin around the fingernail.
  • Seal the polish with a top coat to camouflage possible bubbles or streaks.
  • Seal the polish with a top coat to camouflage possible streaks or bubbles. It also adds shine.
  • Allow enough time to the nails to dry.





Edited by Karen Shelton - May 23 2010 at 5:25pm
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Thanks so much for the tips- they are very helpful!
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Well, nails care is difficult. Massage your nails with a cotton swab dipped in lemon juice and wash after a few minutes. With regular use of this remedy, the nails will be bright and strong.When applying nail polish to make two or three thin coats instead of thick. This will give you an extra layer of quick-drying varnish and a duration of a longer time period.
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Nail biting is a habit that is not easy to quit. If you are tired of the nail stubs and bleeding, try these simple remedies to promote normal, beautiful nail growth, and prevent:
Split and fractured nails.
Bleeding around the nails.
Infections.
Pain.
Before long your nails will be shiny and you will want to care for them and avoid the common problems that can come with longer nails.

StepsConfront your problem. Get a camera and take some pictures of your bitten fingernails. Examine your nails, and list their problems.
Visualize yourself with healthy nails, and how great they will look.
Pick at least one nail to "protect" at a time.
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Proper nail care is very important in todays world where first impressions mean nail file so much.Use nails to desired length. However, be careful not to do it too often. You should never really nail file, unless it is increased by about an inch from the top rose. Before the filing can weaken the nails and cause them to break more easily.
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Well, nice and useful tips. Your cuticles are protectors of your nails and you can soften them using a variety of hand cream or even olive oil. Soak your fingers in a cup of olive oil for 15 minutes or so to help soften all your skin and makes it fresh and young. Apply hand cream is also a good way to keep your cuticles and hands soft.
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Make sure your nails are completely dry before attempting to file. Archive for the corner of central gentle strokes to avoid splitting and never use a metal file. For best performance results of the nails should be cut before cutting the deposit or attempt to file the long fingernails and all the way to the desired length, single file to smooth the area was cut.
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wouww thanks a lot for that nice tips ;)
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Wow nice tips! I like very much because of you give all type of best advice and i also need this type of information because of my nail is dirty so i will follow your advice so thanks for sharing.




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If your nails are exposed to chemicals, moisture, water, etc, could result in the division of nails peeling or an allergic reaction. Use rubber gloves to protect your nails or a cotton coat. Their diet also determines the quality of your skin.
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Using a fingernail biting deterrent as a bitter tasting coating applied to nails can help. Patience is necessary, and nails that are developed to remove the effects of ill-treatment. Then invest in quality claw care products as part of an overall system will gradually help nail care a person take pride in having attractive hands.
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Never keep nail polish for long durations as it can spoil the surface of the nails. So, make sure that you remove the nail polish from time to time using a nail polish remover. However, take care not to use the nail polish remover more than once a week or it can cause dry nails.
Soaking the nails in olive oil for 20 minutes on alternate days is one of the most effective ways of softening them.
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For healthy nails, should include a glass of milk and a hard boiled egg to your daily diet. And try to eat those food which contains a plenty of zinc.

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To make your nails beautiful and shiny, daily application of olive oil is very useful.When painting your nails use a base coat to avoid staining or weakening the nail.

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Very nice tips........
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It is recommended by experts that the free edge of your nails should only extend a few millimeters beyond the tip of your finger. To begin shaping your nails, start by trimming them with a quality clipper. If you use a clipper that is too hard to squeeze, you'll end up breaking your nails or making inaccurate cuts. Once you have trimmed your nails into the desired shape for your hand type, you can begin to file your nails for smooth edges

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Everyone likes clean,well-manicured and polished nails.In fact strong and healthy nails serve as the perfect representative of the overall health and fitness of a person.
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After reading the tips by chinni.sohi.

I soon wANTV TO try all the tips suggested.
thank u so much
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Great information very impressive
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