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How To Repair Your Broken Split Natural Nail In 7 Easy Steps | Cilverbow Botanicals

Updated: Jun 20, 2022

Split or broken nails can effect both the finger and toe nails on the hands and feet. Having an iron deficiency can okay a huge roll on the natural nails breaking or splitting more frequently than usual. Other causes of split or broken nails can be caused due to dryness or trauma to the nails. If your trying to grow your nails out naturally and need a solid fix try these 7 steps to repair broken split natural nails yourself right in the comfort of your own home.

Broken split nail repair supplies that you’ll need:

  • Nontoxic Nail Glue

  • Nail Buffer

  • Glass Nail File

  • Nail scissors

  • Tweezers

  • T-Bag Strip

Here are 7 easy steps to repairing your broken split nails with a nontoxic alternative method!

Step 1: Buff the natural nail where the breakage is sticking out so that it’s smooth and prepped for the nail repair.

Step 2: Cleanse any dirt, debris or oil that can be on the nail so that the glue adheres to the nail properly.

Step 3: Cut & Measure the T-bag to fit over the size of the breakage on the nail so that it will blend in with the natural nail properly.

Step 4: Apply the glue and adhere the cut piece onto the breakage of the nail so that the nontoxic glue can bond the split together.

Step 5: Let the nontoxic glue dry for about 20-30 seconds under a nail dryer so that the glue can dry faster.

Step 6: Buff the excess trimming from the repaired nail so that it can blend in with the natural nail.

Step 7: Cleanse off any debris and rock your nails naturally !

Before: Split Nails

After: T-Bag Broken Split Nail Repair

Healthy natural nails don’t break as often but when they do we have easy solutions that can fix your broken or split nails in just 7 easy steps. If your natural nail has either ripped mid way on the free edge or too low in the nail bed to be completely clipped or removed you can definitely repair it yourself at home so that it can grow back even stronger without further damage to the natural nail or nail bed.

How did this broken split nail repair method work for you ? Let us know in the comments.

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