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Sunday, May 17, 2015

A Quick Menicure For Mordern Women.

In these era women are working equally and hand to hand with men. They have become so busy that they hardly get enough time for their own caring. Womans take care of their face but they forget about their hand legs, feet. So i am giving you a easy and quick way to to have a manicure in home within 8-10 minutes .

Things you are gonna need..

  • cotton
  • Nail polish remover
  • Lemon
  • Salt
  • Shampoo
  • Small bowl
  • Nail cutter
  • Rose paddle
  • Hand cream
  • Sanitizing spray/towels 
  • Orange stick

1st step

 Nail polish and remover can hamper many surfaces such as your cloths, wooden furnitures .  Wear an normal tishirt and no accessories like ring or something, sit at a desk or table, and protect it with scrap paper (not newsprint, which smudges).

2nd step

remove your nail paint with small cotton balls.Be careful for the remover because it may cause you harm if you are allergic.

3rd step

Soak your nails. Get the bowl and fill it with warm (not hot!) water and a few drops of shampoo, lemon water, if you want to make your hand bright you can use a skin bleach powder just a pinch. Soak your hands only for 5 minutes. The water and shampoo will help to loosen dirt, dead skin, and the dust left over from filing, and it will soften cuticles. Use a nail brush to gently clean your nails and the skin around your nail. Gently remove dirt. 
If you have dry skin or fragile nails you should not soak them;you should just rinse them.
 

4th step

Prepare your cuticles. Dry your nails and apply a cuticle cream. Using a cuticle pusher, also called an orange stick, gently push back the cuticle. Do not force them back, and never cut your cuticles. Even if the equipment is sterile, removing the cuticle can cause infection and leaves the then-less-protected margin of the skin vulnerable. Wipe off the extra cream with a tissue in the direction that you pushed.

5th step

Apply hand cream in your hands for moisture. If you do not moisturize them eventually it will be dry and rough. It will lose its softness.Nail polish/lacquer will not stick to nails with moisturizer on them, so take a Q-tip dipped in nail polish remover and quickly wipe the nails to remove the lotion.