Keep things cute with this emergency nail kit. 1
If you thought press on nails were a thing of the past, think again. 2
These nail appliqués make manicures so much easier. 3
Instead of spending more than $50 for a gel manicure, try this at home! 5
Use that machine with your own gel polish to make your mani last. 6
If you're a fan of gel manicures, you know it can be a pain to remove it. 7
The nail appliques will become your favorite. 8
Take your home manicure to a whole new level. 9
Cotton balls and nail polish removers are a thing of the past. 11
The Daylogic Instant Acetone Nail Polish Remover ($2.50, Rite Aid) will come in handy whenever you're in a hurry. To get rid of your chipped nail polish, just dip one finger into the container and rub your nail against the acetone-drenched sponge inside and your polish will come right off.
Remove your nail polish on-the-go. 12
There is a safer alternative to getting acrylic nails, which sometimes harm your real nails. 13
If there's one thing you need on this list, it's this nail buffer. 14
This four-way block serves the same purpose but might be easier to use. 15
The Blue Max 4-Way Buffing Block from FLOWERY ($2.50, Ulta) is smaller so it will make it easier to hold in your hand while you go to work on each nail.
A nail filer will always come in handy before you start polishing. 16
Grab this pack of six Trim Salon Boards ($8, Walmart) so that you can have them with you at all times. Leave some at home and carry one in your purse or makeup bag to smooth your nail's edges and have them in pristine shape.
Waiting for nail polish to dry is sometimes so time-consuming and annoying. 18
This tip will help those who like to color outside of the lines. 19
While face masks are all the rave, we can't forget about our hands. 20
We often show our age more on our hands than in any other parts of our bodies because we tend to forget how much our hands are exposed to. Give your hands a break from harsh soaps to cold weather and pamper them using these Aveeno Repairing CICA Hand Mask with Oat and Shea Butter gloves ($3, Target) for softer hands.