How to Winterize Your Nails

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It's Winter time and we know all about taking care of our skin, but what about our nails? They need special care in the colder months as well.  So today we'll be taking a look at Winter nail care tips.  But first, update your nails with a color that is in the moment.

A Winter Color Palette 

Forget last season's glitters and golds.  This season's color palette is all about dark blues, rich bronzes, and muted plums. Icy mint greens and soft pastel pinks look great on your nails as well.  These Nail polish colors can be purchased through Julep.






How To Winterized Your Nails 

*File your nails to your desired length.  I like a short, active length.  I find they look nicer and grow better when they are this length.

*Next, be sure to use a cuticle remover.  I admit, I often skip this step, but your nails will look so much better if you do.

*Use a cuticle pusher and gently push back the cuticles.  You can use an orange stick for this as well.

*Buff and nip those cuticles and hang nails.  Be gentle, you don't want o over do it.

*Moisturize your cuticles often.  At least twice a day.

*Follow up with a great hand moisturizer and keep it handy for use throughout the day.

My version of a light pink nail polish.

Check out this handy info graphic from Julep.


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How do you care for your nails during the Winter?
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    1. Me too! I debated about painting my nails this deep, navy blue.

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  2. This is definitely true. Thanks for the reminder Stacie.

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    1. You're welcome, Nicole! It's easy to forget about taking care of our nails.

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  3. I like Kiki... each of the colors are really nice.

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    1. Kiki is very cute. I don't think I have have a color like this, but I should!

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  4. these are beautiful colours.I like this light pink which you've used.
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    1. Thank you. It's not the exact color, but pretty close.

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  5. I really need to take better care of my nails during the winter months. They have been chipping a lot but that could be due to me moving. #ProductReviewParty

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    1. You moved? Can't wait to hear about it. I notice my nails chip the more physical I am as well.

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  6. I like to keep my nails the same length/style as yours. Short enough to not get in the way, but still pretty.

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  7. I wish mine could stay nice I'm always doing something that breaks them. I need to moisturize them more often especially with all the hand washing. Great tips!

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  8. I've been slacking on my nail care and my cuticles have gotten real raggedy. I need that Julep Vanish in my life. :)

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  9. My cuticles definitely need some TLC. I am going to take care of them try this weekend..#BLMGirls

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  10. Great tips! Now if I can only get my nails to grow. For some reason they always seem to tear and break. Any tips on nail growth? #BLMgirl

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  11. Good tips and I love the winter colors! Never thought of some of the darker colors to use during winter.

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  12. Good tips. I've never given much thought to winterizing my nails. I love the colors. My favorite is "Shari". #BLMgirl

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  13. Definitely cool colors! I have been hearing a lot of great things about Julep!

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  14. Love these color choices. I prefer neutrals 99% of the time but a dramatic dark color or a pop of something bright is always fun.

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