Perfectly shaped and fashionably painted nails. Every woman dreams of such nails, right? Unfortunately, some of us have to deal with brittle nails, discolouration of the nail plates or splitting. If you also experience such issues, read the post I prepared today. You’ll find perfect ways to cure your damaged nails.
Naturally beautiful and healthy nails
Do you know that nowadays fewer people have healthy, strong and beautiful natural nails? There are many factors that have a negative effect on the nail plate. These include: environmental pollution, stress, poor diet or chemical household appliances. Both home and professional methods give similar effects but at a completely different time. If you decide to get acrylic or gel extensions or strengthen your weak nails with silk wraps, you will see an immediate result. On the other hand, if you prefer natural look, then you need to be patient.
How to begin?
First, it is extremely important to determine the condition of your nails as the method of regeneration will depend on it. There are four basic types of nail plates: normal and strong, dry and brittle, thin and soft, damaged. These types are then divided into subtypes, depending on the severity of the specific health problem.
How to take care of your nails in a natural way?
1. Normal and strong nails
In general, they’re flexible enough to resist any kind of chemical and mechanical damage. They have a smooth surface and a rather pinkish colour, which proves a proper blood supply. If you have this type, lucky you, but it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t take care of your nails. Quite the contrary, you should focus on the protection to make sure their condition doesn’t deteriorate. If you let go, scratches and discolouration may occur.
2. Dry and brittle nails
Dry nails are prone to breaking under the slightest injuries. The nail plate lacks gloss and the edges often split. As a result, nails become thinner and generally weakened. In such situations, girls usually try to cover it with a nail polish, which then often peels off. The only correct solution is to use moisturising and regenerating products.
3. Thin and soft nails
This type of nails is very soft and elastic, it bends easily and does not put up any resistance. The nail plates break quickly and the nail polish peels off. Thin and soft nails are devoid of a long free edge. Here, oily products are not recommended, instead, use products with hardening and strengthening properties.
4. Damaged nails
First, you need to establish what deteriorated the condition of your nails and then simply avoid this. Usually, the hardened keratin plate is damaged. It is most frequently caused by improper removal of old nail polish. The nails become thin, tarnished, weak and split. In order to help your nails, start with strengthening and then moisturise.
How do manicurists take care of your nails?
When the manicurists determine what has affected the deterioration of the condition of the nails, they set up a regeneration plan with the client. The treatment involves strengthening the nail plate in the shortest possible time and includes the use of regenerating, styling, moisturising products. At the end, you need to use a conditioner in the form of a nail polish, which additionally gives a nice visual effect.
Have you ever had such problems with your nails? Tell me how you managed to regenerate them.