How To Make Your Nails Beautiful Every Day

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Nails Beautiful Every DayOne aspect of their beauty that women can focus on is their nails. Most women try hard to keep their nails long and looking good. It doesn't take hours of time like some may think to get the gorgeous nails they want. Women can follow a few simple tips to improve the look of their nails dramatically, and quicker than ever.

Eat Healthy

What does this have to do with your nails? A lot more than you think. When your nails have those little white lines under the surface, they’re usually an indicator that your body isn’t receiving enough nutrition. Your nails are a surprisingly great indicator of your overall health too, so if you see weird coloration, there’s probably a cause related to your body somewhere else. If you aren’t eating enough vegetables or fruits, and so aren’t receiving enough vitamins in your diet, this will usually show up in your nails. If you want your nails to look clear and healthy, your diet has to reflect that commitment.

File Those Nails

The easiest way to keep nails looking good is to use a nail file or emery board. This is particularly important for nails that get broken a lot. Often when your nails are breaking too much at the tips, it’s because they’re too long and the edges are thin and brittle.Filing your nails will help get rid of those those jagged edges, giving a smooth, curved finish. Always file from the edges in toward the center. It makes it easier to round the nail. Other styles of nail shape have been popular, and a squared style is often considered more modern. This involves filing the side edges of the nail a little more to give it a more angular shape, instead of the standard rounded look.

Focus on the Cuticles

The cuticles are the skin between fingers and nails. Most use a cuticle pusher to push the skin away when it is covering part of the nail. Others use a cuticle cutter to remove it altogether. However, this isn't actually recommended. The best way to keep the cuticles looking good is to use a cuticle cream. Eye cream, as long as it is moisturizing, can actually be good for the cuticles as well, in case you don’t want to buy a special cream for cuticles.Keeping the cuticles soft keeps them healthier and makes them easier to push back.

Colors!

When nails are looking a little bland, touch them up with color!The color you pick for your nails says a lot about who you are and what you expect out of your nails. Solid, darker colors have a more professional and serious feel, while sparkles and glitter are ready to party! Mix and match colors, make designs, whatever you feel like. When painting your nails, always should start at the pinky, and at the top of the nail, smoothing the brush down to the edge. This is to avoid smearing the polish on other fingers when it's started from the thumb or index finger.

Sometimes nail polish can damage your nails though, so there are some ways to prevent that damage. Using a special clear base coat to protect your nails from the polish can help you keep the color on longer, without having to worry about your nails getting dry and cracked underneath. There are also lots of polishes you can put on your nails specially designed to keep your nails hard and strong, that way you don’t have to worry about breaks or cracks on the nail or around your nails edges.

By following these easy tips, you can keep your nails looking gorgeous every day. Spend a few short minutes doing each of the tasks, and the nails will be beautiful in no time. Anyone wanting to remove their nail color to start with a new design can simply use nail polish remover on a cotton ball to get it off quickly. Cotton balls work better than tissues or toilet paper because the way that the fibers are bunched together help them scrub away the polish faster. Always wash your hands after using nail polish remover though, as it is a chemical that will not help the health and beauty of your nails. Then you’re all set to get to painting them all over again!

Bio:

Shanna Carlton is a part time blogger and a full time mother. She works on and off as a nutritionist, focusing on healthy diets for mesothelioma victims. In her (rare) spare time she loves to try new nail and hair designers on herself and her daughter Nicole.

One aspect of their beauty that women can focus on is their nails. Most women try hard to keep their nails long and looking good. It doesn't take hours of time like some may think to get the gorgeous nails they want. Women can follow a few simple tips to improve the look of their nails dramatically, and quicker than ever.

Eat Healthy

What does this have to do with your nails? A lot more than you think. When your nails have those little white lines under the surface, they’re usually an indicator that your body isn’t receiving enough nutrition. Your nails are a surprisingly great indicator of your overall health too, so if you see weird coloration, there’s probably a cause related to your body somewhere else. If you aren’t eating enough vegetables or fruits, and so aren’t receiving enough vitamins in your diet, this will usually show up in your nails. If you want your nails to look clear and healthy, your diet has to reflect that commitment.

File Those Nails

The easiest way to keep nails looking good is to use a nail file or emery board. This is particularly important for nails that get broken a lot. Often when your nails are breaking too much at the tips, it’s because they’re too long and the edges are thin and brittle.Filing your nails will help get rid of those those jagged edges, giving a smooth, curved finish. Always file from the edges in toward the center. It makes it easier to round the nail. Other styles of nail shape have been popular, and a squared style is often considered more modern. This involves filing the side edges of the nail a little more to give it a more angular shape, instead of the standard rounded look.

Focus on the Cuticles

The cuticles are the skin between fingers and nails. Most use a cuticle pusher to push the skin away when it is covering part of the nail. Others use a cuticle cutter to remove it altogether. However, this isn't actually recommended. The best way to keep the cuticles looking good is to use a cuticle cream. Eye cream, as long as it is moisturizing, can actually be good for the cuticles as well, in case you don’t want to buy a special cream for cuticles.Keeping the cuticles soft keeps them healthier and makes them easier to push back.

Colors!

When nails are looking a little bland, touch them up with color!The color you pick for your nails says a lot about who you are and what you expect out of your nails. Solid, darker colors have a more professional and serious feel, while sparkles and glitter are ready to party! Mix and match colors, make designs, whatever you feel like. When painting your nails, always should start at the pinky, and at the top of the nail, smoothing the brush down to the edge. This is to avoid smearing the polish on other fingers when it's started from the thumb or index finger.

Sometimes nail polish can damage your nails though, so there are some ways to prevent that damage. Using a special clear base coat to protect your nails from the polish can help you keep the color on longer, without having to worry about your nails getting dry and cracked underneath. There are also lots of polishes you can put on your nails specially designed to keep your nails hard and strong, that way you don’t have to worry about breaks or cracks on the nail or around your nails edges.

By following these easy tips, you can keep your nails looking gorgeous every day. Spend a few short minutes doing each of the tasks, and the nails will be beautiful in no time. Anyone wanting to remove their nail color to start with a new design can simply use nail polish remover on a cotton ball to get it off quickly. Cotton balls work better than tissues or toilet paper because the way that the fibers are bunched together help them scrub away the polish faster. Always wash your hands after using nail polish remover though, as it is a chemical that will not help the health and beauty of your nails. Then you’re all set to get to painting them all over again!

Bio:

Shanna Carlton is a part time blogger and a full time mother. She works on and off as a nutritionist, focusing on healthy diets for mesothelioma victims. In her (rare) spare time she loves to try new nail and hair designers on herself and her daughter Nicole.

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