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Fingernails can be a point of pride (nail art, anyone?) or a source of shame (please ignore the chips and ridges). Gels, acrylics, shellacs and powders, particularly when applied and removed incorrectly by a technician, may wreak particular havoc on our nails. Choosing your manicurist carefully and keeping nails hydrated with cuticle oil is important, but you can also control your nail health outside of the salon. Nail experts say the foods we eat can help help your hands look beautiful or make them look worse.

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