Nail Care 101 by Aimee Capak - Musely
  • Login/Sign up
  • $ 11% Cashback on all one-time purchases
    11% Cashback is available to all registered users and will be give in the form of Musely Coins.
    * Buy Together & Subscriptions orders are not eligible for Cashback
  • Free shipping over $25

    Free Shipping on All Orders Over $25.

    You may request a return within 30 days from the date the product is shipped.

    All returns may be tentative on brand approval.

Nail Care 101

posted in Beauty > Nails
09/13/2014
  • Put warm water in a bowl, and soak your fingers for a few minutes. You can skip this step if you do your cuticle care every week, or if you have just had a shower/bath.
    Put warm water in a bowl, and soak your fingers for a few minutes. You can skip this step if you do your cuticle care every week, or if you have just had a shower/bath.
  • Dry your hands with a towel, and apply cuticle remover on your cuticles. How long you need to leave it on depends on the product, so follow the instructions of your remover.
    Dry your hands with a towel, and apply cuticle remover on your cuticles. How long you need to leave it on depends on the product, so follow the instructions of your remover.
  • Wet the tip of an orangewood stick with water, and place it on a cotton pad. Twirl the orangewood stick so that a thin layer of cotton wraps around the tip. Twirl the tip on the palm of your hand to tighten the wrap (the tip in the fourth image is too wet, I soaked it for too long).
    Wet the tip of an orangewood stick with water, and place it on a cotton pad. Twirl the orangewood stick so that a thin layer of cotton wraps around the tip. Twirl the tip on the palm of your hand to tighten the wrap (the tip in the fourth image is too wet, I soaked it for too long).
  • Wipe the cuticle remover with paper towel or cotton pad, then gently push back the cuticle in small circular motion. Change the cotton on the orangewood stick if it becomes too damp.
    Wipe the cuticle remover with paper towel or cotton pad, then gently push back the cuticle in small circular motion. Change the cotton on the orangewood stick if it becomes too damp.
  • If there is any stubborn cuticle, use metal/plastic cuticle pusher. But really, be gentle with it!
    If there is any stubborn cuticle, use metal/plastic cuticle pusher. But really, be gentle with it!
  • Wash your hands with soapy water, and apply cuticle oil on your cuticles. Your cuticles are really dry at this stage (because of the remover) so feed them with plenty of moisture. Gently massage your hands, fingers and cuticles with hand cream to stimulate the blood circulation.
    Wash your hands with soapy water, and apply cuticle oil on your cuticles. Your cuticles are really dry at this stage (because of the remover) so feed them with plenty of moisture. Gently massage your hands, fingers and cuticles with hand cream to stimulate the blood circulation.
  • Before and After picture. 
Click each image for the full picture.
    Before and After picture.
    Click each image for the full picture.
  • Don't forget to like and save 😃

Comments

0
See all comments

Related Tips

1.3K Followers
Email:
See other sign in/up options
Set up my password later
Login / sign up with Email
Forgot Password?
New to Musely
See other login options
Sign Up with Email
Already have an account? Login
Looks like you have an account already
Enter your password to proceed to checkout
Forgot Password?
Please re-enter your password
Forgot Password?
* This is for protection of your private information
Create a Password
For better protection, please provide a password for you account.
Login
For privacy reasons, you must login every time you access this page.
Forgot Password?
< back
< back
Reset Password
Enter the email address associated with your account
< back