Some of us get so busy that we just don’t have the time to get our nails done or even have the time to do them ourselves. So this is going to be a quick post on how to keep your nails nice looking without to much trouble or wasted time.
You are going to want to start with the basics. Using some lotion to start. Getting your hands moisturized and ready to display your beautiful nails. Then of course shaping and cleaning up your nails themselves. Click HERE for some manicure sets to choose from.
After your clean up make sure you wash your hands to remove the oils from your nails and the little messy bits left behind. You are already almost done. My process from here is to touch up the tips with fixer polish, this helps keep my nails from splitting or peeling because I polish them like twice a week.
Then I polish the entire nail with a vitamin or growth polish, again to protect them from the constant polishing and removal process. From here you are going to want to choose your favorite top coat. I prefer Sally Hansen, she has a few great things to keep your nails healthy and beautiful. Click my Top Choices for some other great options.
Give your fingernails one coat of clear top coat. Let them dry completely. If you like that extra shiny look then you can give them a second coat but, it isn’t necessary to do so. Clean up any spots that hit your fingers with a cotton swab and nail polish remover. Add a little cuticle oil to your cuticles and gently rub it in to keep them healthy too. You are now finished with gorgeous natural nails.
Of course you are going to want to do the same for your wonderful toes. Follow the very same process and your feet will look like you can eat with them when you are done. It is just as important to take care of your feet as it is to take care of your hands. After all they are the ones that take us everywhere we need and want to go.
I hope this made it simple for you. If there is anything you would like to see or if you have any questions please leave a message and I will reply soon. Blessed Be, Kari