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Woman Claims You Can Fix Broken Nails With A Teabag

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Woman Claims You Can Fix Broken Nails With A Teabag

There is nothing worse than having your perfectly styled nails ruined by one of them breaking – especially if it’s one of those breaks that are deep in the nailbed.

Usually, these sorts of breaks mean we have to reach for some nail clippers, trim down the nail and file down the remainder, leaving us with one stubby nail that frankly ruins a sleek manicure.

Well, fear not, as there is a handy hack that ensures you can fix even the deepest of nail fractures – and all it requires is a teabag.

You can watch the video below.

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Taking to TikTok, @queenly.nails is one of many users who can show you exactly how to salvage any broken nails.

Just think of the teabag as a tiny plaster for any breakages!

As you may well know, TikTok is the go-to place for beauty hacks, tips and tricks, with so many beauty gurus taking to the video sharing platform to reveal their techniques to make your morning routine just that little bit easier.

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All the tools you need (Credit: TikTok - queenly.nails)
All the tools you need (Credit: TikTok - queenly.nails)

Case in point: one TikTok user has shown us a far easier way to remove small elastics from our hair.

Small elastic bands are essential when putting your hair in bubble braids, with the ‘do becoming more popular in recent months thanks to Euphoria.

However, taking them out can be a real pain – literally, as tugging the small ties out of your locks can damage your mane.

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TikTok user @amberrosepeakehair showed how one hair tool provides the perfect solution at how to get small elastic hair ties out without damage – and it literally works like magic.

It's a simple way to make your nails strong again (Credit: @queenly.nails)
It's a simple way to make your nails strong again (Credit: @queenly.nails)

With her video quickly racking up three million views, people flocked to the comments to praise the hair stylist, who regularly posts tutorials to her page, in showing a simple way in getting rid of these elastics.

You can read more about that here.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok - @queenly.nails

Topics: News, Beauty, TikTok

Kimberley Bond
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