Sunday, 27 May 2012

NAIL ART TIMES POST 6



HI ALL, 
I KNOW I AM LATE FOR THIS POST.THIS POST SHOULD BE DONE ON THURSDAY BUT I WAS GONE OUT OF TOWN......I HAVE CHANGED SOME FEATURES OF THIS POST...........READ ON TO FIND...:)


STAND BY YOUR MAN!!! Would you do this???






well the nail art is an excellent idea to wear your stripes.....


NAIL SPLITTING.....








My nails, for most of my life, have not been very strong. They peel--the top layer separates off of the bottom one, and they do this once they reach a certain length, on one or two nails, usually, so I end up having to cut all of them. I've tried using different strengthening polishes, but nothing really seems to help. I love painting my nails with different colours all the time. Am I doing something wrong??? Any suggestions about how to make my nails grow faster/stronger????
Splitting, peeling, layering nails are owing to a lack of moisture in the nail. At the first sign of splitting re-hydrate the nail plate with a good quality cuticle oil. Not all cuticle oils are the same. Make sure that the oil contains vitamin E and that it contains wheat germ oil (highest natural protein). The molecular structure must be small enough to penetrate and go transdermally into the skin. I recommend you use a good penetrating Cuticle oil . It will absorb into to the layers of the plate and help prevent peeling and will condition the plate. Massage a little oil into the cuticles each night before you go to bed - even with your polish on and watch your condition change. This is the secret to healthy beautiful nails!! The oil and moisture is the cement that holds the layers of the nail together and gives the nail its flexibility.

Splitting, peeling layering can also be caused because of many different reasons:
To start, I don't recommend using a formaldehyde nail hardener, but it might be worth just checking the ingredients list on the back of the nail varnish bottle. Nail polishes sometimes contain ingredients to which very, very occasionally some people are allergic. - the main culprits being Formaldehyde and Toluene. These can aggravate a splitting, peeling condition! I suggest an Amino Acid based nail hardener, which assist with protein build and moisturizing of the nail which can help with peeling nails, but that depends on why they are peeling.
Based on what I have heard, I think you should look at how often you remove your enamel. More than once per week can make some nails peel in the manner you described. Also, I recommend acetone. Some "non-acetone" removers can be very aggressive on nails and don't be re polishing every five minutes!
File your nails in one direction from corner to centre and then from the other corner to centre. Sawing the nail back and forth will cause them to split and layer. Use an emery board to file the nails with a grit of 180/240 for the natural nail.
Also, avoid soaking your hands in water. That can increase the amount of peeling. Try using a treatment base coat.
Finally,Failing all of that - dry, brittle nails can be caused by a variety of outside influences such as exposure to household detergents, drastic dieting etc.

THIS IS ESPECIALLY FOR MY MALE FANS: though i don't have any but u can share it with your husbands/boyfriends/brother/dad....anyone....:D

Give Yourself a Man-icure.
Here’s a few helpful tips to keep you looking your best, you handsome devil, you. Trust us, your girlfriend/wife will thank you…

1. Start by cutting the nails if needed and filing them to the shape of the finger. Filing also makes the edge of the nail smooth, so the nails aren’t sharp enough to hurt. Also clean under the nail as part of this step, with an orange stick or something similar. Filing nails in one direction decreases the chances of breaking or splits in the nail.
2. Use cuticle oil on the fingernails, making sure to cover the entire nail and the cuticle itself.
3. Soak the fingertips in warm, soapy water to aid in softening the cuticles. Push the cuticles back gently with an orange-wood stick.
4. Wash hands thoroughly to remove any excess cuticle oil. As an added treat, you can apply an exfoliator to your hands to make them extra smooth. Don’t have an exfoliator? Try rubbing your hands with olive oil and sugar. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
5. Once a month you can buff each fingernail to a smooth surface with just a hint of shine.
6. Apply hand lotion.



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