Do you moisturize your cuticles regularly? How about pushing your cuticles back … is it something you do every time you do your nails or only when you go to a salon to get a manicure? Whether you’ve previously pushed your cuticles back every week or every two months, I’m going to give you a natural trick that’s easy and quick. I’ll also explain the importance of pushing your cuticles back, especially before applying Jamberry Nail Wraps or just painting your nails in general.
The Video “Pushing Your Cuticles Back Using Coconut Oil – Prep for Jamberry Nails with Christina of CCP”
What You’ll Need to Naturally Push Your Cuticles Back
Coconut oil or Nail Care Cuticle Oil
3 Reasons Why Pushing Your Cuticles Back Helps Your Nails for Jamberry Nail Wraps
1. Prevents your Jamberry Nail Wraps from lifting or rippling. Pushing your cuticles back makes it easier to put on your Jamberry Nail Wraps without the wrap touching your cuticles. If your nail wraps touch your cuticles, it won’t be completely smooth and can cause rippling or lifting.
2. Gives you longer-lasting nail wraps since your nail wrap will be able to be the same as your nail length and the regrowth will show less. You can wear your nail wrap for up to two weeks … or if you’re like my friend Gracie, you may even be able to wear it for 5 weeks and still have it look great!
3. Makes the nail wraps look even prettier on your fingers.
The 30 Days of Beautiful Nails Challenge
This is day four of the 30 Days of Beautiful Nails Challenge! Remember to moisturize your hands, feet, and cuticles. Here’s the first post and all about the challenge: 30 Days of Beautiful Nails. (Note: You can start the 30-day challenge any time!)
I hope this trick helps you, your cuticles, and your nails. I love that this trick is so quick and easy, yet it makes a huge difference!
Do you already do this? Have you tried it? Will you try it?
I look forward to reading your comments, seeing your photos, and chatting on social media!