1. Avoid using acetone nail polish removers, as these can strip your nails of essential moisture. Choose the conditioning variety of nail polish remover instead.
  2. Apply hand cream every time you wash your hands. The oils in the cream will seal moisture into your skin.
  3. The most common cause of soft nails is exposure to water, so ear rubber gloves when doing the dishes.
  4. If you have very weak nails, try painting your base coat and nail polish under the the tip of your nails to give them extra strength.
  5. Dry wet nails in an instant by plugging them into ice cold water.
  6. To repair the split nail, tear a little paper from a teabag of coffee filter paper and glue it over the tear with nail glue. Once it’s dry, buff until smooth, and then apply your polish on top.
  7. If you are planning to do some gardening or messy works, drag your nails over a bar of soap. The undersides of your nail will fill up with soap, and dirt wont be able to get in.
  8. Clean ink and stains from your fingertips by using a toothbrush and toothpaste on the affected area.
  9. Never file  your nails immediately after a bath, as this is when they are at the weakest and most likely to split.
  10. Use a cotton bud with a pointed end to clean under your nail’s {It’s gentle than scrubbing with nail brush.