1. Do a Regular Manicure.
For the beginning you will have to do it the way it’s usually done. It is preferably to go to a proven manicurist (trust me, soon you will not be seeing each other too often) and do an edged manicure there. After that it all depends on you.
2. Move Back the Cuticle After Showering.
The very next day after you had the manicure done (for the last time!) you should start taking care of your nails.
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After your hands were steamed out, carefully move back the cuticle with a wooden stick. This should be done even if at this point the cuticle is barely visible yet, thus you will interfere its growing. Once it does appear (unfortunately, it will happen), do not use tweezers (no way!), but remove it using “brush off’ movements. The same procedure should be done on the sides of the nail plates as well.….READ MORE ON THE NEXT PAGE