Nails
Nails

Healthy and beautiful nails!
Get a manicure
Scrub those feet
Tan hands and feet
Foot refresher
Hangnails
Exfoliate your feet!
Improve circulation
Invigorating foot bath
Strengthen your nails
Give your nails a break
Protect your hands
Protect your nails
Your man

Nail polish problems?
Dulled nail polish?
Prevent pale polish from turning yellow
To help your nail polish glide on

Problem nails ?
Yellow and stained toenails
Discolored fingernails
Discolored nails
Dull nails?
Rough cuticles
Prevent corns and calluses
Protect your hands from the sun
Help for nails that won't grow
For nails that are nourished from the inside out
Brittle nails, Brittle nails #2 ,Brittle nails #3
Foot calluses
Chapped hands

Nail shape and nail filing!
Acrylic nails
Toenails
Best nail shape
Clean nails
Filing
Toenail length
Summer is here!
Natural nail file
Can't find a file?
Ridges










 

Get a manicure
Set aside twenty dollars or so to get a manicure AND pedicure. It is so worth it!                                                                                         
Scrub those feet
Make sure you are exfoliating the tops, sides, and bottoms of your feet at least twice a week in the shower. You want your feet soft for the summer sandals.
Tan hands and feet
If you use a self-tanner on your hands and feet, use a make-up sponge to blend well around the fingers and toes. If you take your time in applying carefully, it will look very natural.
Foot refresher
After soaking feet in warm water, massage feet with a mixture of 1 tablespoon olive oil, 1 tablespoon sugar, and 1 tablespoon crushed dried peppermint. Remove with a warm, damp washcloth.
Hangnails
Pierce a 400 IU-vitamin E capsule and massage a drop into hangnail to soften and speed healing.
Exfoliate your feet!
Use a loofah sponge to exfoliate tops, sides and bottom of your feet. Remember to scrub all of your toes too. After drying with a fluffy towel, apply your favorite moisturizer generously and then put on a thick (warm from the dryer) pair of socks on for a pampered feeling.
Improve circulation
Elevate your feet at least 15 minutes a day to help improve circulation.
Invigorating foot bath
Soak your feet in warm soapy water that has a teaspoon of peppermint extract added to it. Gently scrub your feet and use a pumice stone to smooth calluses and rough skin.
Strengthen your nails
Double your helping of fresh fruits and vegetables and your nails will grow strong!
Give your nails a break
Take off your acrylic nails and let your fingertips breathe. It will take a while for them to recover, but it is a healthier (and less expensive) way to maintain your nails.
Protect your hands
Smooth on an enriched hand lotion before you put on your rubber gloves for a beauty treatment while you work.
Protect your nails
Use the end of a pencil to push the numbers on the telephone.
Your man
Remember the man in your life. Give him a manicure so he can enjoy being pampered too!
Yellow and stained toenails
Make sure to wear a basecoat under polish to prevent this.
Discolored fingernails
Dissolve a tablet of denture cleanser in warm water and soak fingers until the stains disappear.
Discolored nails
Whiten your nails by mixing 1 tablespoon hydrogen peroxide with 3 tablespoons baking soda. Apply to nails (underneath and over tops) with a cotton swab. Leave on for 3-5 minutes then rise with warm water. Apply hand lotion.
Dull nails?
Massage a drop of castor oil onto each nail and buff excess away with a tissue. Your nails will have an all natural high gloss without polish.
Rough cuticles
Wet fingertips with water and dip them into cornmeal. Massage and rinse with tepid water. Buff nails with a nail brush while rinsing to make sure you remove all the cornmeal. Dry thoroughly and apply hand cream.
Prevent corns and calluses
Wear good comfortable footwear that leaves plenty of room for your toes to wiggle. Walk around in the shoes in the store for five minutes before deciding to buy. If they are going to hurt your feet, you will know in the first five minutes. Take note of any pinching and if they rub in a particle spot, don't buy them!
Protect your hands from the sun
Keep a tube of hand cream with sunscreen in your car and apply before you get on the road. Incidental sun exposure will give you age spots.
Help for nails that won't grow
Mix 1 packet unflavored gelatin with 1 tablespoon almond oil. Store in an airtight container at room temperature. Massage into nails daily to help grow them long and strong.
For nails that are nourished from the inside out
Try supplementing your already healthy eating plan with MSM. This natural sulfur source from the sea speeds the growth of your hair and nails.
Brittle nails, Brittle nails #2, Brittle nails #3
Rub a waxy lip balm into nails 3 times a day to protect, condition and seal in moisture.
Rub a vitamin E capsule on as a moisturizer.

Once a week, apply almond oil to nails and hands, cover with socks or gloves and wear them overnight.


After a shower rub in a little almond oil. It will soak in easily.
Foot calluses
Always use a pumice stone. Do not use razors or other cutters.
Chapped hands
Slather on shea butter, cover with gloves and let sink in.
Acrylic nails
Almond oil will stop acrylic nails from dehydrating and coming away from the nail plate.
Toenails
Trim toenails with toenail clipper in a straight or slightly curved shape. Use a file to round the corners. Smooth down any rough edges with a fine file.
Best nail shape
Fingers look longer and more slender with straight-sided nails that have slightly rounded tips. This shape is the most flattering for short nails too and will help make hands look more graceful.
Clean nails
Scrub your nails with a nail brush every day. Clean nails are beautiful nails even if short.
Filing
Never file nails right after a shower or after they have been in water. They will be too soft and tear very easily.
Toenail length
They shouldn't be longer than the end of your toes.
Summer is here!
After showing or bathing, trim your toenails and smooth any rough edges with a file. Use a pumice stones on calluses and make it a habit to use a foot file on the bottom of your feet and heals at least once a week. This will keep your feet ready for any sandal at any time.
Natural nail file
Use a popsicle stick to file your natural nails.
Can't find a file?
Use the part of a matchbook used for striking the match for a file in a pinch.
Ridges
Using a soft nail disc, buff ridges horizontally using a gentle back and forth motion. Do not over buff. Once your ridges are smoothed, rub in lotion.
Dulled nail polish?
Dab a little olive oil over each nail and rub in. Nails will regain a glossy, gleaming shine

Prevent pale polish from turning yellow
Use a topcoat that contains an ultraviolet inhibitor.

To help your nail polish glide on
Dip a cotton ball in a facial astringent to remove any excess oil on your nails. Your polish will go on much smoother.


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