Such things include applying a topical strengthener (the Nails Inc NailKale Superfood Base Coat is a great option), avoiding harsh soaps, and using a cuticle treatment, like Sally Hansen's Cuticle Rehab Oil Balm with glycerin and vitamin E, on a daily basis.
In other words, it sounds like Cardi B's go-to manicurist, Jenny Bui, told her that it's ultimately in her best interest to avoid the super-duper long style until her natural nails get stronger.
If you keep up with Cardi B's ever-changing manicures, then you'll know last weekend she was walking around with ultra-long, Barbie-pink nails complete with crystal and pearl appliques.
On Friday night, the Hustlers actress debuted her new crystal-covered nails via Instagram Stories — along with an explanation about why she's taking a break from long nails for the time being.
The "WAP" singer shared why she's sticking to short nails for right now in a dazzling new manicure update.
Nevertheless, if you ask us, Cardi B's nails look as amazing as ever — I mean, just look at that next-level jewel work, folks.
As for how the singer can strengthen her nails, well, there are a few things she can do, according to Allure's guide to growing back healthy nails after removing a gel manicure, which can weaken them.
For the first time in a long time, the rapper is wearing her nails on the short side — and she's not happy about it.
The caption reads: "Short till my nails get some strength???????? I hate short nails but @nailson7th said this will do.
Regardless of their length, Cardi B's nails are always a work of art.
The rapper is officially taking a break from her signature long nails. https://t.co/771Dq86FX4— Allure (@Allure_magazine) August 15, 2020
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