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How to Fix a Broken Nail — and Grow ‘Em Back Stronger

Just when you think they’re perfect — bam! You get a snag.

You’ve diligently grown, filed, and buffed. Finally, all your nails are the same length. But then you feel a little snag and just like that, your on-point manicure dreams are smashed. Fortunately, we’ve got an oh-so-easy trick to fixing that tear in your nail: a tea bag. Here’s how it’s done, plus pro tips to help your nails grow stronger for next time.

Prep: Start with clean nails.

Make sure your nails are plain — no base coat, no polish.

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Step 1: Cut the teabag.

Make sure you cut it close to the length and width of the break in your nail.

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Step 2: Add a little glue.

Add a drop of glue on an orange wood stick, then dab it over the break.

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Step 3: Use tweezers to apply the teabag.

Place the teabag piece over the break, then let it dry.

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Step 4: Buff it out.

Using a buffer or nail file, lightly smooth out the surface of your nail.

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Step 5: Push back your cuticles.

Once your broken nail is buffed to smoothness, do the same with the rest of your nails. Then, push back your cuticles, “but don’t trim them too much,” says Cherri Phan, a professional manicurist at Nail Poetry in Costa Mesa, California. “Use a fine grit buffer to buff your cuticles after pushing them back, and then apply oil. You can never over-oil!”

Step 6: Cover with base coat, then apply color.

Once your nails are buffed to smoothness, apply a base coat. Phan uses Orly Bonder Nail Treatment ($7, ulta.com) for clients who need extra strength.

“It has a rubberizing effect, so it helps polish stay on longer,” says Phan. “It helps make the surface more flexible.”

And if you need a protective top coat, she suggests the same brand’s Two-in-One Top 2 Bottom Basecoat + Topcoat ($7, ulta.com).

Voila! You’ve got perfect nails once more. Time for some nail art! Or perhaps just a simple shade of pink. This step is totally optional, but so much more fun.

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10 Cute Easter Nail Designs to Try This Year

The perfect addition to any spring outfit? Colorful Easter nail art! Add some flair to your outfit by showing off these easy, DIY Easter nails featuring springtime staples: bunny nails, floral nail designs, and pretty pastel nail colors you can wear long after you attend this year’s Easter egg hunt.

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COURTESY OF JILL LAVRACK
Floral Manicure

You’ll never want to stop showing off this elegant, flowery design at Easter dinner.

Get the tutorial at @JillNailedIt.

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easter nail designs - fuzzy chicks

COURTESY OF 10 BLANK CANVASES
Fuzzy Chicks

This 3D design will take your Easter manicure to the next level! To achieve these velvety nails, use a bit of yellow flocking powder and tiny black beads as eyes.

Get the tutorial at 10 Blank Canvases.

What you’ll need: Flocking Powder ($3, amazon.com)

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easter nail designs - daises

COURTESY OF NAGEL FUCHS
Daisy Manicure

Make it your goal this Easter to be as bright and full of joy as the dinner table centerpiece

Get the tutorial at nagelfuchs.com.

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COURTESY OF …LOVE MAEGAN
Pastel Swirl Manicure

Spring weather calls for bright pastels. A great way to make your manicure stand out is to mix in a bit of white polish to create a unique, textured look.

Get the tutorial at …Love Maegan.com.

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Easter nail designs - designs floral

COURTESY OF CHELSEA KING
Floral Design

Celebrate spring with this fun, floral design that utilizes negative space to make the flowers really stand out.

Get the tutorial at Chelsea King.

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easter nail design - watercolor wash with splattered accents

COURTESY OF CHALKBOARD NAILS
Watercolor Wash with Splattered Accents

This funky, abstract manicure elevates classic spring colors, like baby blue and light green, while expressing your excitement for the season.

Get the tutorial at Chalkboard Nails.

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easter nail designs - pastel patterns

COURTESY OF LUCY’S STASH
Pastel Geometric Design

The secret to creating these fun, perfectly symmetrical geometric patterns? An easy-to-use nail stamp.

Get the tutorial at Lucy’s Stash.

What you’ll need: Nail stamp ($9, amazon.com)

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easter nail design - bunny half moon design

COURTESY OF NAILBEES
Bunny Half Moon Design

You don’t have to be a pro to DIY this design. Stickers and gold glitter will help you nail this half-moon bunny look.

Get the tutorial at Nailbees.

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easter nail designs - flower power

COURTESY OF JULEP
Flower Power Manicure

This elegant design is perfect for all your springtime events including Easter, bridal showers, weddings, and more.

Get the tutorial at Julep.com.

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easter nail design - gold speckled nails

COURTESY OF CHIC STEALS
Gold-Speckled Nails

Gold leaf will add a touch of glam to your springtime look.

Get the tutorial at Chic Steals.

 

The 17 Spring Nail Colors You Need to Try ASAP

Who cares if it’s still cold out?