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    Posted: August 05 2010 at 5:35am

Nails for different occasions

Interviews: Keep nails clean, simple and short. Use neutral shades.

Party/late night: Arrive dark and dramatic: Plum Fairy, Midnight Metal Cabernet, or Classic Red.

Naturally Casual: Pink Snow, Clear Ice, any other shade that is trendy, young and attractive.

Take the time to cultivate your nails

Stop biting them!
Use a nail hardener to protect them from splitting and peeling.
Vitamin E supplements keep nails growing long and strong.
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You can also choose between glossy or matte tones. The polish that you choose should match your overall appearance, clothing and jewelry and makeup and others. To make the task easier, some companies offer makeup kits containing matching articles covering all elements of makeup you need.
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Having beautifully done nails is a part of completing any formal look. Unfortunately, formal nails done at a salon can be extremely expensive. The nail technicians know that unless you've got the right equipment at home, they're free to charge you whatever they like.

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hey trucker i like what you said about the nails,thats right right dressing for right situation is neccessary.
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Originally posted by Trucker Trucker wrote:


Stop biting them!


Yes..biting your nails will cause you split and fractured nails, bleeding around the nails, infections and pain.




Edited by Karen Shelton - November 28 2013 at 2:27am
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