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Fix Short Bitten Nails Using Acrylic And Add A Charming Christmas Design


Nail biting, also known as onychophagia, is an oral compulsive habit. It is sometimes described as a parafunctional activity, the common use of the mouth for an activity other than speaking, eating or drinking. Some will agree that bitten nails take so much from your appearance as well.

It’s not entirely clear why nail biting occurs. It is considered an impulse control problem as well as a habit. Some people believe that nail biting is most likely instinctual, left over from our time as primates, and that when we’re stressed these instincts come out against our will.

Short bitten nails don’t look very pleasing to watch so why not do a total makeover?


Total makeover of short bitten nails

The perfect guide for this is the YouTube channel called The Nails Queen. Camila, the lady behind the popular channel is going to teach us how to fix short bitten nails using acrylic.

Taking extra care and doing prep work on the nails before putting on the tips is extremely important. Before applying the tips, the Wesley Chapel, FL resident makes sure that the nails are completely clean, in good shape, and shined.

Basically, you start by putting the tips on and then shaping them. Next, Camila applies a beautiful ruby-red color.


Christmas design

To add some more drama to your nails, you can apply some gold glitter as well as create Christmas-inspired designs on every other finger. Don’t you just love the gold and red combined with this beautiful Christmas theme?


Isn’t this a great method? In addition to having such pretty nails, you can also get rid of that nervy biting habit by having your nails done. The best part? You don’t need to have a problem with biting in order to practice this charming look!

Also, a lot of the YouTube comments were positive:

“They are so amazingly gorgeous PERFECTO! Keep up the awesome work, hun. I give it infinity out of ten,” one user wrote in the comments.

Click play to watch the whole process and enjoy!

Here are some more holiday nail designs.

Source: The Nails Queen, Calm Clinic

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