I want to share some stress-free ways to fix a broken nail.
It’s such a pain when one of your nails splits or breaks.
Plus, going through the pain of cutting it so short that it may bleed is a horrible process in itself.
So, in order to reduce stress and pain when this nail mishap occurs, check out my seven easy ways to fix a broken nail, listed below!
1. Obtain a Tea Bag
The first of the seven ways to fix a broken nail is to find a tea bag.
If you love tea as much as I do, you probably have a whole bunch of tea bags in your kitchen, varying from decaf to green, but, if you’re not a big tea drinker and don’t have any tea bags on hand, go and ask a friend for a few bags or pick up a small box of them from your local store.
(And who knows, maybe you’ll end up acquiring a taste for tea!) It doesn’t matter what kind of tea bag it is – you’re not going to be using the tea leaves (unless you're an avid tea drinker).
Just pick up the cheapest brand.
Make sure to empty the tea #bag of all its contents.