Take care of your toenails

Most women spend a lot of money on their fingernails, but ignore their toenails. Do you remember the last time you had a pedicure? Your expert nail supplier Maryton will teach you how to care for your toenails.

1. Hygiene

The first thing to do to have beautiful nails is to clean them daily. What I advise you to do is to soak your feet every evening in a basin of warm salt water. This will not only allow you to relax, but also fight the infections.

2. Hydration

The edges of the nails tend to form small dead skin and it is very unpleasant! Therefore, proper hydration is essential. What I advise you to do is to massage your feet, your nails and especially their contours every evening with olive oil.

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3. Cut the nails well

Toenails should be trimmed every 2 to 3 weeks. Because long toenails can cause an ingrown toenail. Unlike fingernails, toenails should preferably be cut into a square shape rather than a rounded one.

4. A regular pedicure

To take good care of your toenails, a pedicure every month is far from a bad idea. And here are the steps:

  • Soak the feet in warm water for about 15 minutes so that the nails and the cuticles become flexible,
  • Exfoliate well,
  • Cut the nails in the rules of the art,
  • File the nails so that the edge is not thick,
  • remove cuticles,
  • Moisturize the feet with a cream or with sweet almond oil,
  • Make a first coat of basic varnish and another in color if you wish.
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5. The use of varnish

First of all, I advise you to use a foam toe spreader, this will allow you to apply the varnish with ease. Then start with a protective base coat or even a fortifier if they are brittle. Finally, apply a coat of colored varnish!

We hope you enjoy this article! To get all the necessary equipment, I advise you to invest in a complete pedicure kit! To help you in your choice, I invite you to visit our website.

Read also: How to remove your semi-permanent varnish?

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