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Nail Art - A Reason to Not Bite Your Nails

by Smeja Paul on  February 21, 2013 at 1:05 PM Lifestyle and Wellness   - G J E 4
Do you like to play with colors? Are you a creative designer?
Nail Art - A Reason to Not Bite Your Nails
Nail Art - A Reason to Not Bite Your Nails
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If YES, here is an option for you to make use of your artistic skills in a new medium and a novel canvas available at your fingertips. Can you guess what it is??? Yes it is your nail and nail polish. Opportunity to be a nail artist is open to you.

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Do you bite your nails? Is it your weakness? Nail biting can lead to various health problems including viral and bacterial infections and dental problems. It is also associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder and eating disorders. Nail art is one of the best ways to deal with nail biting. It will help you to resist the tendency to bite your nails.

Nail art is the skill of painting decorative designs on your fingernails. Healthy nails even of medium length will make your work easy. If your nails are chipped and short or too curvy, then you can choose artificial nails. You will also get varieties of nail art materials and brushes. Create your own designs and be unique. As per the new fashion trends, designing your nails is something you must not give a miss.

The psychological effects of different colors on a person's mood are widely researched. You can choose from a wide range of colors in nail art and play with your moods. Coat your nails with pink and you experience the magic of calmness, protection, warmth and nurture. Add orange to it and feel your emotions take an upswing. At the end of the day fill your nails with light blue and feel the peace and quiet descend on you after the day's rush and frenzy. Nail art improves your creativity, art skills, color sense, fashion sense and concentration. It is a good method of relaxation and once you get familiar with nail art you'll never want to chew your nails again.

Source: Medindia
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