Saturday, January 24, 2015

Winter Nails

 I don't know about you, but in the Winter months my hands, nails, and especially cuticles always get super dry.
It is truly a good thing I wear gloves all Winter!
However, I have been trying to take better care of myself in general and that includes my hands and nails.
I love to have polish on my fingers. It just makes me feel so much more pulled together!

Today I am bringing you some tips on how to winterize your nails so you don't have to keep your gloves on at all times :)


Oh cuticles! You are were my worst enemy! Not anymore!
Those tips are great!
And now that we have our nails in tip top shape, let's add a fun Winter color to them!

I am loving the new Winter shades from Julep
I have to say the Ilsa and Kiki shades are my faves! I think the movie Frozen has completely rubbed off on me!
All of these shades actually would work well for all you and your little Frozen lovers!

The only tip I would add would  be to always keep on a good hand cream with you.
I work in an office that has people coming and going throughout the day, and then I head home to a 3 year old that I swear hoards germs like his life depends on it!
Because of all that contact with germs, I am washing my hands a lot!
(My skin and hands are way too sensitive to use sanitizer gel.)
Thankfully, I always keep hand cream in my purse, desk drawer, bathroom counter, etc. so my hands will be soft and moisturized all the time.

And if my hands really need some extra softness, I slather on a thick layer of lotion and throw on some gloves right as I am heading to bed.
I wake up with super soft hands every time!


What are some of your tips to keep your hands and nails in shape during the cold Winter months?
What is your favorite Julep shade?
Do you use a special hand cream during the Winter months?


**I was contacted by Julep to write about their nail tips and new colors, however I was not compensated in any way for writing this post. All opinions are my own.**


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