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My Nail Care Routine

Hi, to all of you. Today i am taking a break from "nailart" discussion and going to tell you about nail care. I will share my basic nail care routine that
allows me to beautify my nails daily for you. 
Nail care routine is as important as caring for other body parts because nails act as window to our body. Here i will show you step by step my own nail care routine. 

5 Best tips for nail care 

Now a days, everyone is so busy that they don't spend much of their time on nails that results in breakage of nails, poor yellow nails, and bad cuticles. I will discuss 10 best tips for nail care that is less time consuming for all busy ladies.

Get rid of old nail polish


If you already have a nail polish, remove it with small cotton pads available in every cosmetic store, or use non-acetone nail polish remover. Non-acetone nail polish remover provide extra shine to nails and don't extract natural oil from the nails. 

Trimming and filing nails after shower


I mostly trim and file my nails after taking shower because after shower your nails are soft enough to easily trimmed and filed. I use Glass filer that i get from amazon.
Filing your nails allow some dead cells to be removed easily. I recommend to file your nails with glass filer because it gives you extra shine and smoothness. 

Shaping my nails


I love to play with my nails. Shaping my nails is just like an art or a game. Most of the time i shape my nails oval because it suits me and for french manicure i mostly change my nail shape to square one, because i noticed french manicure mostly suits on square shaped nails. 

Pushing back cuticles


Cuticles are not around over nails to be removed. Most of the girls remove their cuticles that provide small cuts and bleeding. Don't ever cut your cuticles because they are for protecting your nails. Pushing back cuticles when your hands are wet. I use burt's bees cuticle cream around my cuticles and then push back my cuticles with soft hands. 
This cuticle cream smells good and help my cuticle to remain soft and provide extra shine to my nails. 

Take a break from nail polish

If you wear nail polish everytime, i recommend to take a break and allow your nails to take some rest. During the breaks of not applying polish, apply nail strengthner for making your nails strong and healthy. 
Anything i missed? How you guys take care of your nails?
Any tips for nail care you would like to share comment it down and wait for my next article that will be on manicure at home. 

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