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Based in United Kingdom, maria6070 has been an eBay member since 26 Aug, 2006

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by maria6070
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Be Kind To Your Hands/Nails.
Manicure Home Care. To keep your hands and nails healthy you should; Use a good hand cream daily. use cuticle cream. use only a non-acetone nail enamal remover. Always use a base coat to prevent staining. Always use a top coat to prevent chipping. Keep hands away from bleach and other chemicals. Always use gloves while washing up or gardening. Eat a balance diet. Daily hand exercise keeps hands supple. Have regular professional manicures every four weeks. If in doubt ask your nail...
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The Benefits Of Having Regular Manicures.
I would like to explain what are the benefits and the purpose of a manicure and why they are good for us?   The main purpose of a manicure is to improve the appearance of the hand, skin and nails.  Secondly, it is to improve the condition of the hands, skin and nails. You will find the appearance of the nail and hands will improve, the skin on hands will be soft and supple. With regular manicures skin will be prevented from being cracked and rough. Nail growth is stimul...
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Filing & Shaping Your Natural Nails
In the salon we often find that clients will have over filed their natural nails or used the wrong grit file. Nail files' come in all shapes and sizes, in many grits. The higher the number on the file indicates the smaller or finer the grit, and the lower the number, indicates the coarser the grit. I would not recommend that you use a grit smaller than 240 on the natural nail plate or for shaping the nail edge. Many over the counter emery boards have a grit of 80, which is too coarse for th...
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