Thursday, December 23, 2010

Ready, Set, FILE! Sealing the nail plate

I am super excited! BlAAAHH. I just uploaded a You Tube video and the endorphins are still kicking, lol. I thought it would be a good idea to start doing videos some time ago in addition to the posts because sometimes pictures aren't enough. Anyway, my hope is that they will be a nice compliment to the written posts.  So, here is the first meaty video ....

There is another introductory video which you can watch, but don't let me bore you.

My channel (if you're into that sorta thing):

Other posts of interest:
Nail files I prefer: X-Files
What shape is best for your fingers: Nail Shape and Balance
Taking down length: here
Square: here
Oval: here
Squoval: here


  1. Girl, you look great and this is awesome!

  2. OMG hyperventilating squealing weeping right now. I totally got called out in a video! Thank you so much!

    *happy dance*


    I'll stop now because my fangirling is a tad juvenile and/or creepy.

  3. AllThingsNails! - Thanks :) <3

    Lena - lol, love it! You are cracking me up right now, your welcome <3. Nail blog girls gotta stick together!

  4. Great video! Very informative! Thanks girl!

  5. Thanks for this! Can't wait to see the tips on peelies, because I have a lot of them. :)

  6. I found yesterday your blog and I LOVE it, I spent few hours just reading and learning. :)
    I didn't find if you already told what to do if nails are peeling and I don't want to loose the lenght. I hope you'll tell us your secret. :))

  7. Yay! thank you :) Yes I will do that one for sure ... soon.

  8. Thank you for this video, it is super helpful!!! Keep 'em coming!

  9. You are the one I come to with any nail "issues", well actually I come to you for most everything nail related:) Would there be any possibility of you doing a filing post for "crooked" nails? I hope you know what I mean by this. I have some nails that grow crooked or at an angle. I know I can't be the only person with this situation... It can really be a problem when they start to grow out past the tip of the finger and I know there has to be a way to file to make them uniform and even. Please help me or consider doing a post on this...