+1...lots of other skills to work on. Your nail will be back soon enough . Why keep chasing a bad nail?Dekselsedek wrote:If you have no concerts or lessons that require optimal playing conditions I suggest to get used to braking a nail every now and then. Play scales with i and a. Most of the artificial nails and silk plus glue will weaken the underlying nail. Making the problem repeat itself sooner.
I use Kiss nails as my replacement for a broken nail. I use Glue Dot brand glue dots (the "red box" -- which is their strongest strength) instead of the glue that comes in the kit. This allows me to remove the nail (ala a Riconails) in between practices/etc. Plus you don't get nail damage due to glue.Bill B wrote:you can use the artificial "Kiss" nails from the drugstore or wally world, and just file them to shape. they work only for a short time and may damage the surface of the nail underneath, making future breaks more likely. if you need the nail now, it will work, but if you can manage without it thats best.
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