6 Things That Are Unexpectedly Ruining Your Manicure
Either you pay good money for them or you spend a considerable amount of your precious time on your manicures. Either way, you expect the payoff to be there. So you’re careful about coats and always allow for ample drying time. However, the real damage usually comes in the days following your manicure—long after the polish has dried, and usually when you’re doing the most ordinary tasks, like getting dressed.
Scroll through for the six everyday tasks that are unexpectedly ruining your manicure!
The tips of your nails take a beating every day. Typing away at a keyboard all day can wear down the edges of your polish, especially if you have long nails. Even if yours are shorter, ordinary tasks, like digging around in your purse for your keys and zipping and unzipping clothing and bags (yes, zippers are the enemy), can scrape your manicure. In general, just don’t use your nails as tools.