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Why not try these top nail tips, for keeping your nails in good condition all year round?
Only file your nails in one direction, sawing back and forth creates friction which makes the nail split and peel.
Only use gentle emery boards to file and never metal files!
Keep your nail polishes in the fridge; they will last twice as long.
A dot of Qtica Cuticle Repair on the cuticles every night will help your nails grow, as well as moisturising the cuticles.
When you have painted your toenails use Qtica ½ Time to dry the polish and then wrap your toes in cling film the first time you put on your shoes so there is no chance of smudging!
Never trim ragged cuticles with scissors; apply a dot of Cuticle Repair Cream, soak the hands in warm soapy water for a few minutes and then gently push the cuticle back.
Go to a professional nail technician for nail extensions and repairs, it is very easy to damage the nail bed if you are not an expert.
Nails take approximately 3 months to grow from cuticle to tip, that means flu in January can mean unhappy nails in March/April. Get the Nail Food out!
Buffing your nails stimulates their growth as well as making them look great!
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