Tips On Claws by kristen mccoy - Musely
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Tips On Claws

posted in Beauty > Nails
01/02/2016
  • Nails that have one point are very popular on Instagram and tumblr, and you have probably seen them on some ones blog at one point or another. They're popular among feminist and style blogs, and mine, to name a few.
    Nails that have one point are very popular on Instagram and tumblr, and you have probably seen them on some ones blog at one point or another. They're popular among feminist and style blogs, and mine, to name a few.
  • Many drug stores carry acrylic nail-stick on's in this shape as well as salons. Out of these two, the best option is from a salon. A trained professional will put them on for you and they will be stronger than nails put on with tape tabs from drug stores.
    Many drug stores carry acrylic nail-stick on's in this shape as well as salons. Out of these two, the best option is from a salon. A trained professional will put them on for you and they will be stronger than nails put on with tape tabs from drug stores.
  • Growing them out is ultimately the option that will provide the most strength. You can grow them to the length and then file both sides (left and right) of the nail to get the claw shape, or if you're like me, you can grow them out a little bit and file them to a point when they're just right.
    Growing them out is ultimately the option that will provide the most strength. You can grow them to the length and then file both sides (left and right) of the nail to get the claw shape, or if you're like me, you can grow them out a little bit and file them to a point when they're just right.
  • I've seen this on a few blogs so I just wanted to clear the air on this: the nails in the photo pictures aren't claws, they are called coffin nails. This is because the flat edge at the tip and the curved base can appear as a coffin shape.
    I've seen this on a few blogs so I just wanted to clear the air on this: the nails in the photo pictures aren't claws, they are called coffin nails. This is because the flat edge at the tip and the curved base can appear as a coffin shape.
  • Personally, I prefer my claws long, black, and matte. You can dress yours up or down, but keep in mind that they're strongest when protected. For extra help, you can pick up Sally Hanson Nail and Cuticle Oil with Vitamin E.
    Personally, I prefer my claws long, black, and matte. You can dress yours up or down, but keep in mind that they're strongest when protected. For extra help, you can pick up Sally Hanson Nail and Cuticle Oil with Vitamin E.

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