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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Nail Treatment, week 2

Sooo.. I'm a little disappointed in the treatment, as I broke a nail yesterday, opening a window. It cracked, like many of my nails do, a little under the "smile". I was able to glue it back together, but I never thought I'd break my pinky finger nail. I also thought the treatment would make my nails stronger, but it isn't. So.. I guess I'd give this product 3 out of 5. My nails do feel stronger, but they aren't really. 

Here's what they look like on the start of week 3, completely naked:


They did grow a little more than after week 1, but all in all, I think I could have achieved the same result with any other strengthener. I will keep on using this, 'cause I payed pretty pennies for the stuff, but I won't buy it again.

More nail art over the few days! Stay tuned! :D


  1. How do you keep your nails so white. Mine always seems to be yellowed. They never were until I started polishing.

  2. I'm not sure if it makes a difference or not, but as soon as I remove the polish with a remove, I brush my nails with soap and warm water, and that's it. Last week, though, I saw a little yellow hue, so I soaked my nails in a little bit of lemon juice for about 1-2 minutes, and then I brushed my nails with the juice too. I haven't warn dark colors in a while, so that may make a difference too.

  3. Ah ha! I've heard some say lemon juice but haven't tried it. I've tried polident and it just takes so long and only half does the job. :) I wonder why my husbands teeth are so white? LOL.
    Thanks so much.

  4. oh you are lucky to have nails like this.My nails always break and peel when I grow them.



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