Drugstore Surprise: CND Cuticle Oil
I’m such a bad nail biter and always go for my cuticles when they’re super dry. This year, I’ve really been trying to be better about not biting and have found that using a cuticle oil regularly really helps. My fave is CND’s Solar Oil, which is super hydrating and makes it so I have nothing to pick at. I think it’s less than $10 and you can get it at Ulta or Amazon.CND - Solar Oil Nail and Cuticle Conditioner
Feb. 26, 2020
EyerusLove this post! Also what type of nail extension is this? Gel, acrylic, dip? I love the color ❤️
May 30, 2020·1 like
My CND nail varnish collection has expanded so quickly. The gorgeous red featured here is their 'wildfire' shade. This picture is giving me all feelings of departing from my legal career in search of a career in hand modelling. What say, fellow people? I think my hands have got what it takes. 👏😂
CND-Vinylux Long Wear Polish
🍂Terracotta dreams 🍂 . This is my idea of a neutral nail colour. You’ll never catch me in a nude or pink. I’m always drawn to earthy shades or something bright and sparkly ✨ . Nails by Katya at buffed nail bar with smith and cult polish in Tang Bang. I love this burnt orange shade and how it pops against black or olive green.
OPI-OPI Gel Nail Polish
Slightly obsessed with this Rose Cuticle Oil, 1/4 oz with a rose petal inside from Young Nails Inc I use on both my fingernails and toenails. It has a brush so it’s so easy to use. My cuticles drink it in! Nourishes and protects the cuticle from breaking and peeling. Protects natural nails and artificial enhancements from cracking, lifting and separating. Specially formulated for optimum penetration and fortified with vitamins A, D and E for and conditioning. Available also in 1 oz and 8 oz sizes. The cuticle function is to protect new nails from bacteria when they grow out from the nail root. The area around the cuticle is delicate. It can get dry, damaged, and infected. It's important to care for the entire nail area and keep it clean so that your nails stay healthy.
Zoya Nail Polish
I’ve been on and off with Zoya nail polishes for years. They occasionally have amazing sales where they only charge shipping so I try to take advantage when I can (if you’re interested, they tend to do a New Years sale so keep an eye). I think they have a massive and beautiful range of colors. Pictured here are India and Madeleine (left to right) which I think are both gorgeous. They are thick enough to not need many coats to finish a look. They dry pretty quickly. I think they chip sort of easily which is why I don’t think they are my favorite. I have tried numerous top costa with them and find they still have a tendency to chip. I think for a short term they are the perfect polish though.ZOYA - Zoya Nail Lacquer
ZOYA-Zoya Nail Lacquer
Dry cuticles = the bane of our existence 🙄
Practicing a little #selfcaresaturday by focusing on nail care, but first a confession. As dedicated to skincare as we are, it’s not always the case w/ our hands. We’re both periodic nail biters & librarianship is particularly brutal. My hands are often dry from book dust & crafting, not to mention suffering countless snagged cuticles from shelving. It’s safe to say our hands hate us. Here’s a few products we enjoy 💅 🌸 Etude House Help My Finger Nail Pack: Contains shea butter, niacinamide, argan oil, & grape seed to brighten and moisturize the nail area. This is definitely an “extra” but there’s just something about tiny nail masks lol 🌸 Julip Take a Breather Oxygen Nail Treatment: This feels like a thin polish & really helps reduce nail peeling / increase strength. 🌸 Julip Your Cuticles Look Thirsty: Easy to apply & extremely nourishing, this cuticle cream really helps. 🌸 Innisfree Cuticle Oil: We refer to this as the big guns lol. When you’re cuticles are thirstier than a dude on prom night, this is the one you want.
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