It seems like I applied nail polish, but actually I didn't!
🧤Cooking and playing piano can’t keep long nails 🧤The nail bed is not long and thin 🧤Don't like doing phototherapy manicure 🧤Nail polish is easy to fall off 🧤Nail polish on short nails doesn't look good The above reasons lead me to find another way to treat my nails. I prefer to remove the dead skin regularly and polish my nails. I bought Mr.Green nail tools. Step 1 Glass nail buffer It is a polishing tool that can polish the desired thickness according to the needs. It can also remove long nails while polishing. After polishing, it seems to be painted with bright oil, and the nails are very clean and shiny. If your nails are not smooth, try this! Step 2 Exfoliating Mainly use the shovel head side, especially for pushing the dead skin of toe nails, which can be easily removed without soaking the dead skin. There is no sharp blade and you don't need to worry about hurting the nails at all. After the toenail is treated, it will be obvious that the nail bed is longer. Step 3 Cuticle trimmer It is used for trimming the edges of the fingers after removing the dead skin. Step 4 Cuticlel oil I use OPI - ProSpa Nail & Cuticle Oil, which smells good. ❗️Not all fingers are suitable for pushing dead skin. Some people don't have enough coverage of fingering, and there is no space to push. Hard push will only cause bleeding.
OPI-ProSpa Nail & Cuticle Oil