Learning how to fix broken nails can either be super easy or overly tedious. If you don’t want to cut off all your long, beautiful nails just because of a chipped nail, then this trick is perfect for you!
Learn How To Fix Broken Nails Fast And Easy
Figuring out how to fix broken nails can be annoying especially if you’re trying to grow long, beautiful nails. While using nail glue, gel or silk paper are effective methods, there are also a lot of steps to remember and follow. For busy people like me, I would like to fix my broken nails in the shortest time possible.
Learn how to fix broken nails in just under a minute with this tutorial! You can grow long, beautiful nails confidently with this tip!
What you’ll need to fix your broken nails:
Step 1: Prepare Acrylic Powder And Liquid
All you need to fix your broken nail is some acrylic powder and liquid, as well as a small brush. You also should prepare a base coat to protect your nails after fixing. Make sure to use the clear powder.
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Step 2: How Much Acrylic Powder To Use?
You don’t need a lot of the acrylic powder or liquid, just a small amount to fix your nail. Dip your brush into the liquid, making sure to get rid of any excess to avoid a mess. Then, dip the wet brush into the acrylic powder. Don’t take too much of the powder, just enough to create a small round ball.
Step 3: Apply On The Broken Nail
Apply the ball of acrylic right on top of your broken nail and quickly spread it around. You don’t have to cover the entire nail but make sure it’s thin enough to avoid any bumps. However, if you put too much, the acrylic will peel off. It should be thinly spread out but also strong enough to glue your broken nail together.
If the acrylic dried up before you could spread it out, add more of the liquid to soften it up a bit. Once it dries, just buff up the surface to even out any bumps.
Additional tip: Apply a base coat to strengthen your nails more!
Learn how to fix broken nails fast with this video tutorial from Lily Zhen.