Before I wonder why I got these yellow nails but later on I’ve found out that it’s result from our nail polish. the longer you keep it in your nails the darker it becomes. So what to do to avoid or remove these yellow nails.
Confessions of a nail polish addict: When I take off my beloved OPI Lincoln Park After Dark, my nails are a hot stained mess. Acetone remover can literally peel paint off the walls and put hair on my chest, but it ain’t doin’ nothin’ for my nails after they’ve been baked with a dark polish for a couple of months.
Something tells me you’ve faced the same problem. Before we resign ourselves to a lifetime of acrylics, there are a couple of tricks to get our poor stained nails all bright and shiny again.
In preparation for our at-home hacks, let’s talk about some other things that can because yellow, discolored nails.
So what causes yellow nails?
Most commonly, yellow nails are caused by our beloved nail polish. The darker polishes especially take a toll on your nails, leaving them stained with leftover dyes. The easiest way to prevent this from happening is by always using a clear base coat. Not only does a base coat increase the life of your nail polish, but it also seals and protects the nail plates from staining. We love Salon Manicure Smooth and Strong Base Coat (Sally Hansen, $9).