Since government officials closed down manicurists about a month ago due to COVID-19, nobody told the nails to stop growing. According to experts, the average nail grows one-tenth of an inch a month. That means that spectacular manicure a month ago is starting to look not so spectacular now and it’s only getting worse.
What are you going to do? Pull out those old rusty hedge shears in your garden shed? Starting gnawing on your claws?
Never fear. For those who haven’t put file to fingertip in ages, Nail Career Education’s Suzie Moskal has provided some easy advice to see you through a home manicure.
And did someone say acrylics? For those who live and die by acrylics, their fingers are drum beating for filler. If you don’t have all the equipment to do an acrylic fill and makeover, Suzie, who wears acrylics herself, created this video just as COVID-19 was calling a halt to professional handwork to help you through this awkward period.
* Video courtesy of Nail Career Education