Enamel is an element cosmetic really imperative for us women, especially for those who want to always have perfectly manicured hands. If we use the right products, can help us to protect and strengthen our nails or correct deficiencies. What is certain is that the care takes time and dedication, and it often happens that our nail polish is chipping just a few days after you apply it. However, there are some tricks to prolong the manicure our longer.
Let’s find out what they are.
1. Scrub mani
First of all to make our nails smoother and ensure that the enamel adheres, you need a scrub at least once a week.
We can prepare it easily from home. Council scrub the brown sugar and lemon since both play a regenerating giving the skin elasticity and helping to prevent the signs of aging.
-2 tablespoons brown sugar
-1/2 lemon or lemon juice
Pour into a bowl 2 tablespoons of brown sugar and a few drops of lemon juice. Mix well and then apply the mixture on hands massaging gently in a circular motion for a few minutes. Rinse with warm water.
2. distilled white vinegar
Before applying the base coat (clear polish or slightly pinkish used before switching the color), wet a cotton swab with dell ‘ white distilled vinegar. This will serve to clean up your nails from any previously applied product residue which could create a kind of barrier with the enamel.Once the nails are dry, apply the base coat well.
3. Oil for cuticule
If you want to soften your cuticles before applying the glaze, we advise you not to dip their hands in the water, rather try to use a specific oil that will serve to moisturize and soften cuticles. The water is held back by the nails and this causes the enamel reduction, once applied.
4. Stick Manicure
Try to avoid the enamel finish on your cuticles, as this will raise him from the nail enamel, causing spalling. Never cut the cuticles, rather, use the orange stick or metal to push them thus preventing the enamel finish above us.
5. Base coat
Choose it or strengthening anti-yellow, depending on your needs. Spend a second coat to the tips of the nails usually because they are more prone to splintering.
6. Cold air
The warm air does not help the polish to dry. Rather use the ‘cold air of a hairdryer or dip your fingers in’ ice water for about 1-2 minutes.
7. Top coat
Applied a layer of top coat (enamel fixer) every 2-3 days to prevent chipping and re-make the lucidity.
8. Nail Oil
To avoid that the nails are sfaldino’ll have to nourish and soften them every day. Use an oil for nails or simply prepared with a bowl of ‘olive oil and soak your nails for about 10 minutes.
Do not worry if the glaze begins to splinter. Add decorations like glitter, rhinestones and glitter, will help hide any stains, chips or scratches and to maintain a more trendy look, just as you like it.
10. Wear gloves
Remember to always wear gloves when you do the household chores, as aggressive agents of detergents can damage the health of your nails, as well as the enamel.