Clean nails with acetone-free remover, then scrub gently with soapy toothbrush to remove dirt and exfoliate without drying.
Clean and dry your nails regularly to prevent bacteria growth and dirt accumulation, but avoid prolonged soaking in water to prevent nail splitting.
Moisturize nails and cuticles with almond and avocado oil. Massage and leave overnight for hydrated, strong nails.
Trim nails straight across to prevent curved or ingrown nails. Avoid cutting them too short.
Treat your nails delicately, avoiding excessive use of metal tools to prevent onycholysis.
Avoid nail biting as it weakens nails, damages cuticles, and spreads germs. Use a bad-smelling nail polish to deter the habit.
Care for your cuticles by gently pushing them back or trimming them, but avoid cutting or pulling. This protects your nails from infections.
Use basecoat to protect and enhance your nail polish. It prevents discoloration and makes the polish look better.
Short nails are stronger and easier to manage. Keep them rounded and uniform in shape for a neat look without extra wear and tear.