Making your bright nails without clear coat
First give shape to your nails. Using an emery board or lime glass in one direction to help prevent breakage. The vibration of lime strengthens nails. A square shape with a rounded edge makes your nails more resistant to breakage.
Polish your nails after having given shape using a grinder rather than a file, to avoid damaging the surface. Polish the entire nail, not just the edges with a quick firm motion moving the polishing in one direction as you would with the file, to ensure that the nail does not overheat. If you have a polishing by hand or do not want to buy one, you can wrap a piece of soft cloth on a nail as an alternative. You can also use a polishing paste for polishing jewelry on to add a little more brightness.
Remove any debris that may have enamel on your nails when rubbed with half a lemon. This will help get rid of any stains on your nails. Dip your hands and nails in a bowl of warm oil and cover your nails and cuticles. The oils are popular for use avocado oil, olive or almond. To pamper actually adds a few drops of lavender essential oil in the bowl. Wash your hands with tap water once you’ve applied the oil or clean it with a soft, damp cloth. For fast, daily treatment between manicures you can massage oil on your nails to maintain a natural glow. Complete manicure should be done every couple of weeks.