not important at all, it actually dries out the nail itself
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1,981 5/18/13 7:09 A
Not important at all.
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986 5/18/13 7:09 A
I used to use nail polish quite a bit. I kind of got away from it. My nails are splitting without putting anything on them. I want to get them in better shape.
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4,515 5/18/13 7:06 A
Not important at all.
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2,282 5/18/13 6:57 A
I don't wear colored nail polish on my fingers because it lasts for about 10 minutes before I chip it. I do wear toenail polish especially during the warmer weather and sandal season. I love doing bright or crazy colors because you can get away with purple toenails.
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2,828 5/18/13 6:41 A
I love nail polish on my hands & especially my toes. So important to have them looking good!
I'm definitely a girly girl and love getting pedicures and having my toes painted. If the polish chips on one nail I have to take it all off or it will drive me crazy. Unfortunately, I can't have polish on my fingernails because it always peels off the very next day. I can't even have a clear coat on. It does the same thing. Annoying!
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10,908 5/17/13 5:03 P
I try to keep the toes polished. With my fingernails, I seem to chip the polish quickly, and like your girlfriend, I don't really like having chipped nails.
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4,666 5/17/13 4:46 P
I get a manicure and pedicure on special occasions and sometimes in between. I am not, however, one who must go weekly. Usually my husband suggests it-and he treats.
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4,452 5/17/13 4:09 P
I have been eating clean for a while and my nails are strong and healthy and shiny without polish.. I keep my nails short due to playing guitar and my gardening..
for me, nail polishes, fake nails have only ruined my nails and weakened them..
No polish for this gal Natural is best and pretty LOL
But Kudos to those that keep theirs neat but for me that is high maintenance LOL
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2,116 5/17/13 12:54 P
I love having my nails polished but I never seem to have the time or energy to do them myself. I have them done infrequently and feel very feminine when they are done but hate to spend a lot to have them done regularly.
I don't really use nail polish. Occasionally I put on a clear polish. It just isn't something I want to bother with most of the time because I do a lot with my hands so polish doesn't last very well. My dd likes nail polish and uses it pretty often although she isn't super girly-girl.
I do think chipped polish looks bad if it is a darker color... kind of neglectful and unkempt. I think it kind of needs to be maintained to look attractive.
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1,177 5/17/13 12:16 P
i generally only put it on to go to a special occasion. it seems that the more attention i pay to them, the worse they get. i usually break them shortly after i polish them!
Essential! I quit smoking in January and have tagged some of the $$ savings to get a manicure every two weeks. It's so nice to have them look nice all the time and it's my reward for not smoking!
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1,505 5/17/13 12:00 P
Chipped nails or unkempt nails are horrid. I don't polish because I can't keep up with it and my nails chip constantly. I do try to keep them filed. I admire women who can keep them so attractive but wonder how in the world they do it.
Nails are important on both sexes. Clean and tidy. It shows you care about details.
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222 5/17/13 11:32 A
Not important at all. I never polish my nails because of the upkeep. I keep them clipped very close so I don't have to deal with them. Never been a "girly-girl" and never will be.
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271 5/17/13 11:00 A
Hands no, it never lasts long enough. But like others, the toes are a must during the summer time!
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2,714 5/17/13 10:55 A
on my fingernails--- rarely and if I do it is neutral because I always chip the heck out of it. Now my toes are another story!!! Especially in the summertime with sandals!
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2,489 5/17/13 10:52 A
The only time it's important is in the summer when I wear sandals. I don't want ugly toes. I rarely put it on my finger nails because it just chips off the same day. And jeesh is it expensive these days... $10 a bottle?! When I was a teen I used to get it for $2-$3. I am asking my hubby for some nail polish for my bday in June. I only own 4 bottles (the ones he got me last year for my bday). My girls are at the age now where they like getting their toes and fingers painted.
I only paint my toenails. If I paint my nails it is clear or a sheer light pink so that when they do chip it is not that noticable. That is something that really bugs me. And I usually chip other polishes within the day.
I don't have a good opinion of chipped nail polish. I saw The Great Gatsby yesterday and one of the characters had emerald green chipped nail polish and while she (her hands) were prominently featured on screen. That is all I could see. And the 3D didn't help
I absolutely love having my nails done, I always make sure that I have a new colour on my nails every week. I also love playing with nail art. It's just an easy and quick way to feel better about myself and also look groomed. It only takes me 10-20 minutes to do and they last a week or 2 without chipping. I get compliments on them all the time which is great
I find painting my nails, waiting for them to dry, and removing nail polish to be very tedious. I don't like the smell of the polish or the acetone. The thought of paying another person to do this for me is laughable to me. So... I paint my toenails because it's socially unacceptable where I live not to, but I don't paint my fingernails. (My toenails are usually fine being painted once every few months believe it or not, it never ever chips and they don't really grow either.) Fingernails... chip within a day or two, total waste of my time. Only for special occasions!
I always have my toenails painted. Painting my fingernails is a waste of time because I always mess them up withing a day. I think I have over 100 colors of nail polish. If it makes you feel good then what's the harm.
Fitness Minutes: (36,160)
1,108 5/17/13 9:54 A
Not into all the color but feel your nails are part of being well groomed. Usually found with just well manicured & clear polish. Special times a French manicure looks good!!
I only paint my toenails. My toenails are absolutely hideous and gross without it. Also, it is absolutely superfluous and a waste of time for me to paint my fingernails. I use my hands way too much for cooking, cleaning, dishes, laundry...I consider myself halfway between a girly-girl and a tomboy, I guess. I can happily watch football or play Madden on the PS3, drink beer. I like wearing dressy clothes and wedges, but I also like jeans or track pants and baggy tee shirts. I WILL NOT scratch and fart in public.
Fitness Minutes: (40,069)
4,472 5/17/13 9:46 A
for most women, FEELING good has a major impact on how you actually look. That confidence shows.
for example, I hate public speaking. But I force myself to do it when asked. I do a first Sunday devotional every month; when I was in middle management (at my previous job), I did meeting presentations and training sessions; I will speak at our regional meetings if I'm asked. And I make sure I feel good about myself that day.
That can be as simple as painting my toenails with my favorite polish (Revlon's Frankly Scarlet, of course...what else would a GA native wear?)
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2,002 5/17/13 9:42 A
I love the way nail polish looks, but rarely have time to use it. I want to start wearing it more, however, because the more weight I lose, the more I am starting to feel like a "girly girl", lol! I don't really like when it's chipped on me (but don't mind on others), so it takes a lot of maintenance. I also have a weakness for nail polish on men, but that's another story...
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