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Subject: What to do about brittle nails.(WS3535)


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Date Posted: 13:41:22 06/06/08 Fri

The most common nail wreckers are harsh detergents and water, which can stress nail fibers. So be sure to put rubber gloves on while you clean or do dishes. Also, avoid using perfume lotions that usually contain alcohol if your nails are brittle. It will only make your nails worse. It may be possible that your calcium intake is low, as well. How To Give Yourself A Manicure? Whether you prefer your nails to be long or short, they can still look stunning with a little know-how. Wash and dry your hands. Using a double-sided emery board, file nails using a gentle stroke. Avoid corners of your nails as this can weaken them. Begin to shape your nails. The most popular shape to use is oval, but choose what is most suited to your hand and finger shape. Check to see how well you have done. Run your nails over an old pair of pantyhose. Your nails should not snag the hose.
Apply a softener to your cuticles. Allow to site for a minute or so. Transfer hands to a bowl of warm water and soak for an additional few minutes. Gently push back the cuticles. This should not be painful. If hangnails are present, carefully clip them. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/nailcare.html

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