Wednesday, 28 November 2012

How I Look After My Nails.

Hey Guys!
Today I wanted to share with you how I look after my nails and what products I use regularly to keep them looking good.
So apart from the obvious items like nail clippers,nail file ect these are the three products that I use nearly everyday to look after my nails:

- Revlon Calcium Gel Nail Hardener
- Burt's Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream
- The Body Shop Almond Hand Cream

Once I have filed down my nails to how I like I apply a small amount of the Burt's Bees Cuticle Cream; I really like the smell of this product, I wasn't too sure of it at first; I wasn't really sure what it was supposed to do, however as I have used it often I have noticed that my cuticles are noticeably softer that they previously were, it is super moisturizing and helps make my nails look healthier.

After applying the cuticle cream I will use a coat or two of my Revlon Calcium Nail Gel, this nail polish is designed for weak nails that break easily to make harder and stronger, my nails used to always do this and it was so annoying! Once I started using the calcium nail hardener I noticed the strength in my nails increase, they were not as weak as they were and they didn't chip every five minutes.

The Body Shop Almond Hand Cream I use every morning before I go out; as it is getting colder my hands get a little bit drier than usual, I find that applying this hand cream really smooths and hydrates them a lot; again the almond hand cream smells amazing and a little goes a long way with it so it lasts quiet a while.

I don't really do anything fancy or time consuming; a very easy and efficient process I use to keep my nails looking tip-top as they say!

Hope you guys have a lovely week!

Tori :) x


  1. Oooh I must try the Almond Hand Cream! :) xx

  2. Great job, dear!
    xoxo, Ladyfairy

  3. I need that hand cream for winter !! xoxo

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  4. I wanna try the Hand Cream, you made it sound amazing :)

  5. There's so much need to apply just to take care of nails. This is pretty cool, interesting blog!