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Cuticles are to be cared for even in summer.  Not only are the cuticles being over-exposed to more harsh chemicals but are going from wet to dry more often for most.  We tend to wash and eat seasonal fruit and veggies more through out the summer months.  Therefore, light oils, such as jojoba, sweet almond, coconut oil and even evoo may be applied often to dry and cracked cuticles.  It is best to apply these oils right after water exposure to trap the moisture in the outer skin layer and these oils will also absorb into dry skin.

 

And, of course, damaged cuticles will look better after these oils are applied.

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FRIDAY FUNNY

A mortician was working late one night.  He examined the body of Mr. Schwartz, about to be cremated, and made a startling discovery. Schwartz had the largest private part he had ever seen!  “I’m sorry Mr. Schwartz,” the mortician commented, “I can’t allow you to be cremated with such an impressive private part It must be saved for posterity.”  So, he removed it, stuffed it into his briefcase, and took it home.  “I have to show you something you won’t believe,” he said to his wife, opening his briefcase. 
 “My God!” the wife exclaimed, “Schwartz is dead?!?!

MONDAY MANI

 

This is the one product I often advise my client’s to use.  IT WORKS!  Formula 2 is the one most often suggested to clients with weak, soft, peeling nails.  Formula 3 for dry, brittle nails for those cooks and bakers.  They seem to wash their hands and dishes and clean the kitchen more often, thus drying out the nails because nails take on water.  Nailtiques 2Plus Formula is for those who’ve had a bad or long term hard gels or acrylics experience and want to go natural for a while.

My clients often say, ‘I want hard nails’, and I’ll advise, ‘No, you want strong nails’.  Nailtiques strengthens nails and not harden.  If used properly, the outcome for your nails will be where you want to go.  Of course, you can’t mistreat your nails and expect perfect nails.

Try it.

 

A FRIDAY FUNNY

Will the wedding French ever be too much

for any special day

 

Little boy was in a relative’s wedding.

As he was coming down the aisle, he would take two steps, stop, and turn to the crowd.  

While facing the crowd, he would put his hands up like claws and roar.  

 So it went, step, step, ROAR, step, step, ROAR, all the way down the aisle.  

 As you can imagine, the crowd was near tears from laughing so hard by the time he reached the pulpit.  

 When asked what he was doing, the child sniffed and said,

“I was being the Ring Bear.

Make someone smile today:)