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... If you want to paint your nails so both hands look good, you need to understand how your left hand works. If you are right handed, your left hand will 'mirror' what your right hand does. If you hold your left hand towards you to paint those nails, you need to hold your right hand 'away' from you to paint with your left hand. In other words, lay your right hand on the table... (2 replies)
... ish. All except two of them, they're growing, just not very fast. I think maybe it's because they were bitten the most, almost no nail there at all. ... (2 replies)
... DO NOT wear a bandaid over the nail as this will only trap more moisture, which can lead to infection. The stain between the nail bed and the nail plate could signify trapped blood, or it could signify a pseudomonas bacterial infection. Pseudomonas loves moisture and can get into the area of lift and cause an even greater problem. Keep the area clean and DRY at all times. ... (5 replies)

... last year, and it delveloped a small blood spot that eventually grew out... no problem. This time, however, it became so sore I could barely use my finger. ... (5 replies)
... child there was some kind of action taken that required all nail tech's to apply for some a certificate in order to continue doing the nails. At that time I had no intention of going back into the business so I let the time limit expire. ... (2 replies)
... s bacterial infections are characterized by a yellow to green to brown to black discoloration in the nail plate with apparent nail plate separation, but there is no apparent debris in the area of separation. ... (2 replies)
... from the nail bed after about a week. No big deal because it was one nail and I figured it was trauma related. After about ten days we noticed another on the other hand beginning to go the same way. ... (2 replies)
... Was the line running from the cuticle to the free edge, or going from side to side? ... (4 replies)
... behind the cuticle, or had the nail ripped completely off with a lot of damage between the cuticle and the knuckle. The 'root' lies much deeper than one may think. ... (7 replies)
... What you have is called Pterygium and is a forward growth of the cuticle at the proximal nail fold - the portion of skin that touches the nail plate. This is a condition that requires a physician to surgically remove that portion of skin that grows forward covering the nail plate. Every time you cut it back yourself, it grows back with a vengeance. Every time you cut it, it... (6 replies)
... Is the little dark line running from the cuticle area toward the free edge? ... (15 replies)
... the girl removed the nailpolish, My nail was dry and that spot was GREEN! She said to cut the nail and without any pain the nail cut down pretty darn far! The cuticle seems healthy and a bit of the nail above it and then is the chaos. ... (2 replies)
... Fake nails are no fun to bite cause they are hard! And expensive too! ... (14 replies)
I HAVE UGLY HANDS
Oct 26, 2003
... nstant nail that I can see right away. Maybe something like that will work for you too. If your nails are already a wreck, in your mind you're thinking there's no reason to keep them from getting worse. ... (2 replies)
... of the skin and cuticles. Most nail biters are on a quest for order, whether it is in their lives, or on their fingers. Even the tiniest but of ragged nail or cuticle will begin the biting process. Once begun, the biting you do to 'clean up' the ragged edge will only produce more ragged nail and cutivle at which to bite. ... (5 replies)
Cuticle
Jun 27, 2003
... al nails are the ONLY thing that keeps my hands as pretty as they are, nothing else works, at least not for me. I do them myself so it's fairly inexpensive, and no one else saw my hands when they were at their worst. It's an option you may want to try. ... (1 replies)
... My camera wont get close enough. I did look on the link you posted and the closest thing is those beau lines. That is where they are located on his fingers except they are red. The nail bed is a deep pink/red and then this darker red line runs across the nail the way the beau lines does. There is no indentation in the nail itself like the beau lines though-it is smooth... (4 replies)




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