How to give your nails an oval shape?

Taking the form of nails, each guided by personal taste, but preferably at the same time take into account the condition of the nails. Some forms provide better protection for your nails from damage because of their support sustainability nail. Giving your nails oval shape, you risk weakening your nails, because you need opilivat them to get a smooth rounded tip. However, oval nails look good on the hands of the majority of women, because it adds an elegant and feminine hands feel, particularly in cases where the nature of the woman’s thick fingers or large nails.

1. Moisten a cotton pad means for nail polish remover that does not contain acetone. Press down to every nail cotton wool and wipe it from base to tip, to remove all traces of nail polish.

2. Wash your hands and nails in warm soapy water and dry well.

3. With the help of nail scissors or clippers to trim nail nails to desired length. Make sure that all the nails were of equal length.

4. Press down the flat side of a nail file to the lateral edge of the nail and gently sawing in one direction to the tip of the nail, while the lateral side of the nail may become flat.

5. Uniform rounding smooth movements sawdust every nail in the direction of the lateral edge to the middle of the tip of the nail to produce a smooth oval. Always check the shape of the nail from the inside and outside of the palm of his hand, that the oval was a neat and symmetrical.

6. Dip the tips of the fingers in warm soapy water to wash off the dust from the nails.

7. Rub in cuticle cream and nail to the cuticle, to moisten them.

Notes:

– To find out what shape the nails would be the best your hands, look at the cuticle. The oval shape is perfect for nails, because it reflects the natural oval cuticle.

– When opilivaete nails, nail file only move in one direction. If you saw back and forth, you can damage your nails: they begin to stratify and break.

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