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How to whiten your stained nails using a baking soda/peroxide paste

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White toenails! Not the best to use if you want natural nails because they will be fully white not pink and white - I hope this isn't permanent

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How to get white toenails: mix a small amount of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide together. Make into a paste. Get a tooth brush and scrub the paste onto your toenails. Then soak your toenails in the paste. Let them sit for 5-10 min. Then rinse off toes.

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If you are a fan of using dark nail polish, I bet you have experienced a discolored, stained nails. Check out this easy trick to whiten your yellowish nails naturally.

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How to whiten stained nails... I have not gone without polish on my toe nails in forever, but they were starting to look gross under the polish. So I decided to Give this a try. Worked fantastic! I put some coconut oil on afterwards. My toenails look great!

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How to remove nail polish stains from your nails: just pick a whitening toothpaste, let it on your nails for about 2-3 minutes and brush gently. Miracle!

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Fix: 1 tbsp of hydrogen peroxide with 2 tbsp baking soda. Use a cotton swab to apply the mixture to the nails and underneath. Leave it on for 2-3 mins, rinse with warm water. Baking soda will exfoliate, while hydrogen peroxide will whiten. * Mix 1 tbsp coconut oil with 2 tbsp baking soda, few drops of lemon juice and apply to nails. Brighten, exfoliate, and give moisture.

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Meanwhile on an #MRShoesday balllot near you... click the link in bio with your pinky toenail to read @leandramedine's closet cleaning tips.

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Mermaidy blue nails - This fashion

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