Simple Tips To Make Your Nails Strong

Almost all of the girls want long beautiful and healthy nails, but maintaining them is very difficult for everyone due to contact with water, dirt, dust etc, and for the homemakers its too difficult as they have to tackle with lot many things in kitchen like dish washing, chopping veggies, and so on..

I love long nails which are strong, but due to work i usually end up with chipped, soaked and weak nails which will easily cut down. Its was really a tough job to maintain my nails. But luckily i found some simple ways which i found very effective to make my nails strong and can grow long enough to make some interesting nail art. So here i am to share them with you so that you can make your nails stronger just like me.

Eggs

egg whites

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Eggs are very effective to make nails stronger. Take 2 eggs in bowl whip it and mix well and immerse your nails into it. Keep your nails for at-least 10-15 minutes and then remove and wash with water and gently dry them with cotton or cotton cloth, see the resulting nails smooth and bit shiny. Do this mani at-least twice in a week to keep your nails strong.

Water and Salt Solution

Salt water

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Take a large bowl add in hot-to-warm ( how much you are comfortable in ) water and add 1-2 spoons of  salt into water. Mix it well until salt dissolves and then immerse your fingers into it. Keep your nails for 10 minutes in the solution and then dry them with cotton/cotton cloth. You can do this daily or alternate days to keep your nails strong and clean.

I hope these simple tips will help you 🙂 Stay healthy Stay strong!!

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