How to groom your nails at home?
In this era, you can’t spare out some time to make it to the nail salon each week. We have found ourselves completing at-home manicures more than ever; however, for those who aren’t especially keen with a polish brush, a clean natural look is still key. You don’t need to play with colours to give yourself a gorgeous DIY manicure-just keep your nails sharp and clean by following these steps:
• Soak and exfoliate:
Take a bowl filled with warm water and soak each hand for a few minutes before moving on to the further process. Exfoliating helps in softening the nail beds and make clipping and filing easier, as well as making it easier to push back the cuticle. Exfoliating with hand scrub moreover helps to smooth the skin and cuticles for easier grooming.
• Take help of orange stick:
Since nobody likes dirty underneath their nails-no matter how short your nails are, so you should always use the orange stick to rid the nails from dirt. If you have old polish beneath your fingertips or stubborn dirt, you can clean it with the bit of a cotton ball or pads wrapped around the orange stick and soak it in nail polish remover before excavating around.
• File your nails:
File your nails in one direction, not back and not forth. Drag the file smoothly in one direction at a time moderately than with a back and forth motion. You can also use this trick; file from one side than from another, until the nails are smooth.
• Use a nail buffer:
Not only does a good nail buffing aid to polish the surface of the nail for better-looking nails, however, it will also help to flatten out the smooth over any dents or clumps in the nail, as well as it cleans off the remainder of polish residue and texture. Use it on your tips of nails, too, to finish off your nail filing job.
• Push your cuticles back:
In this process, you don’t ever attempt to cut your cuticles at home. Use cuticles removing products instead, as they loosen and remove dead skin so you can basically wipe away the leftovers before pushing the cuticles back.