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The golden rules of perfect hands

  Always (absolutely always!) use rubber gloves when doing housework.

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Nuance – an important factor in choosing nail polish

Choosing nail polish turns out to be an uneasy task, because it takes into consideration multiple factors. Not every color will bring out the best in your nails. If you are like most women and have trouble choosing the proper nuance of nail polish, then heed the following advice.
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Black nail polish – a short history

In ancient China, the color of one’s nails conveyed social status. People of lower classes used paler nuances while the deeper red and black tones were reserved strictly for the members of the royal family.

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What we still don’t know about nails

 There are a lot of curious facts about nails. You will find some of them below.
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Manicure speaks about you

Short nails which have obviously been bitten are unseemly, yet frequent in ladies with low self-esteem. People who are in the habit of biting their nails are often nervous, irritable, short-tempered folk who are dealing with self-esteem issues. Short well-kept nails speak of a woman who is concerned ...
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Vitamin nail care

Nails need a substantial dose of vitamins if they are to be healthy and beautiful. If you notice darkening and/or excessive curving of your fingernails, this is an indication that your body is deficient in vitamins from the B group. You need to increase your intake of cod liver oil and chicken eggs ...
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Problem hand skin care

Almost since the beginning of civilization, gentle, well kept hands have been considered a sign of high social status and good breeding. However, there are many factors (from weather conditions to soaps) that can ruin the skin of the hands as well as the nails. The best way to help our hands is to ...
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