Fixing a broken nail can sometimes seem as impossible and daunting as fixing a broken car. But nails don’t even come with an instruction manual.
There are more than a few good tips for fixing a broken nail, though. You just have to get a little creative. Some of the products you already have at home can actually help repair cracks and other fingertip mishaps that occur because of daily wear and tear. Straightforward repair methods involve nail glue and nail gel, but there are out-of-the-box ideas that involve surprising items, like tea bags and coffee filters. Even if you haven't heard of them, these methods work. No more broken nails for you; you can worry about fun things, like which nail art designs to pick next.