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Hi everyone! Many of y’all have seen my nails and know they are naturally long. You may have asked how I do it too. Well, there are two secrets – 1. I’ve recently been using Sally Hansen Complete Care 7-in-1 Nail Treatment and Sally Hansen Vitamin E Nail & Cuticle Oil and 2. I always shape my nails almond, always!
A long time ago, I used to go to the nail salon and tell my technician to make them pointy, aka, almond shaped. Well, the salon will always be more expensive and may take up some good amount of time. I started practicing and mastered the almond shaped nails, so I’m going to spill the beans and show you how, and trust me, it’s super easy! I’ve used Sally Hansen products all my life, and I can assure you that the Complete Care 7-in-1 Nail Treatment is everything and all you need. You don’t need to buy a base coat, top coat, strengthener, etc… because this product has it all! I will vouch for the Sally Hansen Vitamin E Nail & Cuticle Oil if you need to start your nail growth, it helps dry and brittle nails, so its perfect to give your nails a boost.
Start out with growing your nails as long as you can, don’t worry if you think they are not “long enough,” trust me any length of your nail is perfect! Bonus: use Sally Hansen Vitamin E Nail & Cuticle Oil to stimulate nail growth.
Grab your nail clipper and create an angle towards the top of the nail.
Repeat on the other side of your nail.
Lightly file your nails to buff the pointy edges out.
Apply the Complete Care 7-in-1 Nail Treatment for your base coat.
Add two coats of your favorite polish.
Top it off with Complete Care 7-in-1 Nail Treatment as a top coat.
Bonus: apply Vitamin E Nail & Cuticle Oil every night to keep them strong and healthy!
You can check out the Sally Hansen page for complete details on the products used and where to find yours! I went to my local Target and easily spotted my products.
So, I spilled my secret to have long nails, what is yours?
Photographer: Matthew Daniel