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Does anyone Know How to Whiten discolored natural nails
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Does anyone have a recipe on how to get rid of discolored nails that really works well? I would love to be able to wear red which stains the nail and then wear a french.
I was reading about hydrogen peroxide, lemon juice,baking soda.
I also once read efferdent.
Has anyone had any luck with great results?
Thank you
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#2
All of those work, I personally like the denture tablets best. However, why is your nail staining from the polish? Are you not using a good basecoat before polishing?
Claudia
C-C My Nails
Newcastle, WY
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#3
I use Stickey base coat. Funny, I used the efferdent years ago and cannot remember if it worked or not.
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#4
I've also read that scrubbing your nails with whitening toothpaste works!
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#5
Will any of these tricks take hair color out of nails?
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#6
How to whiten natural nails.
by Young Nails on Thursday, May 19, 2011 at 9:13am ·

Sometimes, you'll encounter a client with a bit of yellowing to her natural nails. Often this is caused by the use of darker colored nail polish, or smoking. Here are a few tips that may help:

First, buff the natural nail VERY lightly to remove small amounts of yellow discoloration.

Then try one of the methods below:

Dissolve a denture-cleaning tablet in water and use this to soak nails for several minutes.
Squeeze fresh lemon juice into a small bowl ,then soak nails for a few minutes. Wash hands. Be sure to use a moisturizer after service, as lemon juice can be very drying.
Make a paste of baking powder and lemon juice and apply a small amount to each nail. Buff lightly, then wash, dry and moisturize hands and nails.
Make a paste of three tablespoons of baking soda and one tablespoon of 3% hydrogen peroxide. Use a cotton swap to apply the paste to the tops of nails and underneath the tips. Leave on for five minutes, then rinse off.
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