I have talked about my thin, peeling nails before.
For more than a year I have been trying to get them back to healthy with no more peeling.
I started using Nail-Aid after gel rescue, which seemed to help a little. I also started taking calcium every day.
My friend Heather is a Jamberry consultant. I asked her to send me a sample.
I tried the sample on my pinkies. I am hard on any nail polish on my fingers. The sample lasted on my nails until I removed them, which was nine days.
My samples only “chipped” ever so slightly throughout the time I had them on. The nail wraps don’t really chip like regular polish does.
The true test of Jamberry was when I washed my hair. After I washed my hair while wearing them and saw that they were holding strong I went to Heather’s Jamberry site and ordered a sheet of Glacier nail wraps.
One sheet is $15, plus shipping and handling. The cost is a little steep and I think the S&H is too high. What I did find out with my second order was that whether I order one sheet or four the S&H is $3.99. … Continue reading
I am trying to get my fingernails back in shape and healthy again. They are thin and peeling.
At a recent visit to the nail salon the woman giving me my mani/pedi gave me some suggestions on how to get my nails growing and strong, which, of course, spurred a blog post titled: My nail experiment.
I am still working on getting them healthy. It’s taking a lot longer than I thought it would.
As I was doing my research for the above mentioned post one thing I read that nail polish remover with acetone shouldn’t be used.
Beauty and Style said you should avoid nail polish remover. Don’t use nail polish remover more than once or twice a month, if possible. And never use a nail polish remover that contains acetone, which can dry and damage nails. … And, a clear coat of nail polish may also help protect nails.
I was at Sephora a few months back and asked if they had nail polish remover without acetone. They had one brand: Josie Maran Bear Naked nail wipes.
I figured there was no way one little wipe would take the polish off of all 10 fingernails, as the package stated. But … Continue reading