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What’s more relaxing than getting a manicure with your closest friends on a somber rainy day? But sometimes the rain isn’t so kind, as the manic monsoons can bring along some unfortunate consequences for your nail health. The rains can make your nails brittle, rough, discolored, and all together irritated. Luckily, for you we’ve got the perfect solutions to keep your nails polish-ready.

Keep it clean

When walking around in the rainy weather, you tend to cover up your body but leave your hands and feet exposed, leaving them vulnerable. So, make sure that whenever you walk into a puddle or splash around in some rain water, you clean up with soap and water to get all that dirt away from your nails.

 

Keep it clean

 

Cover up

Everyone loves pulling out the perfect pair of open toe shoes to flaunt through the monsoon, but they might not be the best option. Flip flops and sandals may be the stylish choice, but they’re often the reason for dirt clogging up your nail beds and damp feet leading to brittle and weak nails. You could switch it up this monsoon by choosing a stylish pair of ballet flats to rock in the rains.

 

Cover up

 

Moisturize

Make moisturizing your mantra for the monsoon! Keep your nail beds comfortable and healthy by continuously moisturizing with natural moisturizers like coconut oil. This will comfort any irritation caused by the rains and even help regain the health of your nails.

 

Moisturize

 

Keep it short

Short and simple is a must this monsoon. Dirt can often collect in long nails and cause unwanted irritation and redness through the rainy season. This can easily be fixed by simply cutting your nails short, making them easy to maintain and clean.

 

Keep it short

 

Life-saving lemon juice

Discoloration can often occur due to constant contact with dirt and germs that get washed about in the rains. If you notice discoloration or simply need a cleansing agent, just squeeze a lemon into a bowl of warm water and let your hands soak in the solution. Vitamin C present in lemon juice is great for your nails’ health and is impressive as a whitening agent to remove stains from your nails.

 

Life-saving lemon juice

 

Pamper your nails

We can often neglect our nails in the monsoon leading to problems that we realize too late. Therefore, make sure you’re pampering your nails with an occasional manicure and pedicure. We suggest doing it once a month to ensure that the health of your nails is at its peak, not just through the rains, but all year long.

 

Pamper your nails

 

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