ASK ANA: Curved Nails – Can I Change My C-Curve?

Curved Nails ASK ANA: Curved Nails Can I Change My C-Curve?   ASK ANA “Hi Ana, I’ve done a lot of googling but I can’t find much reference at all to whether one can improve a flatish c-curve on natural nails – most people seem to have the opposite problem. Most of my nails are quite […]

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ASK ANA: Yellow Nails – How To Remove Nail Polish Properly

Yellow Nails – How To Remove Nail Polish Properly ASK ANA: Yellow Nails – How To Remove Nail Polish Properly   ASK ANA Hi Ana! I have a question that’s been bugging me. I have semi-stained nails, they’re not as yellow as the one you’ve posted in your Yellow Nail – Is There a Basecoat that Prevents […]

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Chemicals – Life or Death?

 by Doug Schoon and Ana Seidel Reprinted from Nails HQ Magazine Chemicals Should You Fear Them? One of the hottest topics is 3-Free and now 5-Free nail polishes. Where does this end and what’s to keep someone from now demanding 7-Free?  ~Doug Schoon, author of Nail Structure and Product Chemistry   Is There a Chemical Free Product? Want […]

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NAIL ANATOMY – Different Parts of Fingernail

Nail Anatomy Authors: Doug Schoon and Ana Seidel Nail Anatomy – The Different Parts of the Fingernail Do you know where your cuticle is? Or your hyponychium? Most people don’t. Not only is the general public confused about the names for the parts of the natural nail, but many nail technicians are not able to […]

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100,000 Fan Celebration Giveaway

We’ve reached 100,000 fans on the SimpleNailArtTips Facebook Fanpage! We want to want to CELEBRATE! What better way to celebrate than to have five days chock full of fun giveaways for those 100,000 Fans! There will be new winners daily! Prize photos are available at the bottom of this post. We will have GREAT PRIZES, including Bliss Kiss™ Simply […]

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How to Fix a Broken Nail

How to Fix a Broken Nail Sometime in a girl’s life, she’s going to get a broken nail. She has two choices; cut her nails to match (nubbins) or create a repair. I’m partial to my longer nails so I usually chose to take the time to do a repair. With the technique below, I […]

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