10 Nail Care Tricks That Can Replace Going to a Beauty Salon
10 Nail Care Tricks That Can Replace Going to a Beauty Salon

Smudged corners, dry cuticles, and chipped
polish, this all can be long forgotten. Getting a manicure is a time-consuming, and
precise process that can sometimes go wrong if you try to do it yourself at home. Though, there are some special tricks and
techniques, that can make the whole process easier and more fun. And this will leave you with a precise and
stylish manicure, all done at home. Don’t Quit is always in search for new ways
to make things easier. This time, we are ready to deliver our list
for simple, yet effective nail care tips, and we are sure they won’t leave any beauty
lover indifferent. So’ Let’s Get Started. 1. File your nails in one direction. First things first. prepare your nails before applying a nail
polish. A proper filing is the base procedure, that
will prevent your nails from breaking. The right way to do this, is to start from
the corner to the center, slowly and gently and in one direction. This way you won’t harm nails beds and will
get accurate results. 2. Apply 2 base coats. Nothing is worse on a manicure than painted
nails, that chip quickly. Here’s a way to prevent it. you need to apply 2 base coat layers. You should cover just the bottom half of your
nail, with the clear polish for the first coat, and the second coat should be applied
over the whole nail. This will help a nail polish to stay on the
nails longer. 3. Use Vaseline to avoid smudging the corners
of the nail. Painting nails yourself means there is always
a risk, you will smudge the corners and need to repaint them all over again. Well, here is a trick. petroleum jelly. With a cotton swab, apply a small amount of
the product onto your skin around the nail. This will help to create a barrier and, if
you make any mistakes, you can easily wipe it off. 4. Roll the polish, instead of shaking it. If your favorite nail polish has gotten a
little bit too old, then you might need to mix it a bit. But in this case, it’s better to not shake
the bottle. Otherwise you can create little bubbles of
air inside, that will transfer to your nails later on, and spoil your manicure. Instead, try gently rolling the bottle between
your hands. 5. Start painting with the brush in the middle
of the nail. It’s better to not to cover your nail with
polish all at once. Otherwise, there is a chance that the nail
polish will spread, and leave uneven edges. To make sure it’s all neat and chic, you
can start from the middle of your nail, and slowly move the brush around the side. When you finish painting the sides, finish
in the middle. 6. Apply a top coat. Finally, it’s time for the top coat. You can skip this step if you want, but without
it, your manicure won’t last as long. Basically a top coat is used to protect the
polish below it, and gives your nails a shiny finish. 7. Dry your wet nails in cold water. Waiting for a fresh manicure to dry, can take
quite some time. But, you can use a little trick that will
quicken the process. Fill a bowl with very cold water, and put
the tips of your fingers in there. Hold them there for a couple of minutes. The cold water will set the nail polish, and
make it dry faster. 8. Fix smudged corners with warm water. If it happens, that you have some smudged
corners after your manicure session, there is still a way to fix them. After your nails dry completely, all you need
to do, is to simply wash your hands with warm water, and scrub off the corners. They will come off easily. 9. Use foil to remove stubborn polish. After you get tired of your manicure, it’s
time to remove the nail polish. In some cases, nail polish can be a really
stubborn substance to remove. Instead of just trying to rub it off with
acetone, you can try a foil wrap. Soak a half of a cotton pad in nail polish
remover, put it on a small piece of foil, and wrap it around your finger. Let it sit for 5 minutes, and remove it to
see how easily the nail polish comes off. 10. Use toothpaste to get rid of stains. If you have a stubborn stains, that don’t
come off after your manicure, you can try scrubbing your nails with toothpaste. You can use this trick to fix smudged corners,
after you paint your nails and let them dry. Or after you’ve removed your nail polish,
and noticed some stubborn stains that didn’t get removed very easily. Do you prefer doing your nails at home, or
getting your nails done at a beauty salon? What is your personal nail care routine? Let’s share in the comment section. We hope that this will help you to take a
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