Unedged (otherwise dry or European) manicure is gaining more and more popularity, and there are many reasons for this, because it has so many advantages: it takes much less time than edged, it is less traumatic, no burrs appear from it, nail polish lasts much longer, the surface of the nail is not deformed, and most importantly, over time, the cuticle practically stops growing. Thus, with minimal effort, we get the maximum result - always a neat manicure, which takes very little time.
First, you need to remove the tweezers, scissors and other "piercing-cutting" items for manicure and forget about their existence. At first, it will be very difficult to resist the temptation to take out the tweezers and cut off the rough skin near the nails, since the look of your manicure will not be very presentable, but you must remember about your main task. The transition to an inexpensive manicure is a rather long process. The most important rule in this case is constant moisturizing of the cuticle. At first, you will have to constantly lubricate the skin of the nails with moisturizing and nourishing agents - hand creams, special cuticle creams, if you have cuts and wounds as a result of a trimmed manicure, then the Rescuer ointment is perfect, he will heal the wounds and moisturize very well skin, it also contains a large amount of oils, including vitamins A and E, which are very beneficial for both the skin and the nail plate. At first, you will need a cuticle remover - a remover. It will soften and remove dead skin particles. Having previously lubricated the cuticle with a remover, you need to move it to the base of the nail using a natural wood manicure stick. At first, this procedure will have to be repeated quite often, but over time, the time intervals between manicure procedures will increase. After a while, when the cuticle acquires a holistic and neat appearance, you can soften it only after each hand wash. Over time, with regular care, the cuticle will slow down its growth, become more elastic, the manicure will acquire a neat, well-groomed look. You will have to get your nails done much less frequently than you would with a trimmed manicure. It is believed that this type of manicure is not suitable for people with already very rough skin at the base of the nails - this is not so, it just takes more time and effort to restore damaged skin. But the result is worth it - your nails will look well-groomed and neat.