Monday, October 1, 2018

Ready to apply gorgeous polish...uh oh...a snag!

You've diligently grown, filed, and buffed. Finally, all your nails are the same length. But then you feel a little snag and just like that, your on-point manicure dreams are smashed. Fortunately, we've got an oh-so-easy trick to fixing that tear in your nail: a tea bag. Here's how it's done.

Prep:  Start with clean nail.  Make sure your nails are plain - no base coat, no polish.
  1. Cut the teabag close to the length and width of the break in your nail.
  2. Add a drop of glue on an orange wood stick, then dab it over the break.
  3. Use tweezers to apply the piece of teabag over the break, then let dry.
  4. Using a buffer or nail file, lightly smooth out the surface of your nail.
  5. Snag fixed!  You're ready to apply the base coat.

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