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Is it just me or are you able to tell alot about a WG by their nails and hands?

They dont have to be perfectly manicured with french tips (whatever that is) but they have to be clean.

Seen some profiles today and they were looking promising until i seen their photos even they werent that bad but its was on closer inspection of their hands when i seen some disgusting nails like they had been fingering someone up the bum hole.

Is there anything you guys look at before booking a girl? Or is it just me?

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Theres only been two things ive seen in pictures on profiles that have put me off.One was of a lady,taken from behind bending over a glass table snorting a fat line.
The second one was for a lady who has a few fb's on another forum.The pics looked great until you looked at them full sized and saw the amount of knife scars up her arms,and some of them were from extremely deep cuts.Whether they were self inflicted or not i couldnt say,but theres no way i could have gone there

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My hands work hard for their living.  I am always doing housework and can't wear gloves, and I garden hard but do wear gloves for that, however I do lots of manual work, and dog walking, so my hands are not little velveteen things - but I do look after them in between times and I am fastidious about manicures, nail polish and use of creams.

 

My nails are never dirty, I do not understand why people can live with muck under their nails - it's an alien concept to me x

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Is it just me or are you able to tell alot about a WG by their nails and hands?

Is there anything you guys look at before booking a girl? Or is it just me?

 

Heads, shoulders, knees and toes? 

Knees and Toes....

 

Don't really look at the hands and nails at all..

I'm a sucker for a pretty face. Rest, if I'm honest, doesn't really matter much to me...

 

And like Markdee, I've seen some profiles where she initially looked great but on some pics, she was extremely pale and thin with loads of scars and scabs on her face (and other areas) 

 

Pics of her bent over, pulling her cheeks apart, legs akimbo, fingering herself, some cheesy cheap porn pics just turns me off...

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Nails and hands makes me think of Easter. Thank goodness the faithful have a new pope in time for their orgy of painful death

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I'm a sucker for a pretty face........Pics of her bent over, pulling her cheeks apart, legs akimbo, fingering herself, some cheesy cheap porn pics just turns me off...

Absolutely agree with you about the photos. I'm also a sucker for a pretty face. I do notice the lady's other attributes but it's the face that first attracts me. I must admit that very soon after I meet a lady I find myself automatically looking to see if she looks after her nails.

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Nails are a good clue! And teeth!

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Nails are a pain in the arse!

I can't stand acrylic they ruin my nail beds, and yet my natural ones end up with little snags and break.

I can't win, acrylic and ruin the nails plus the up-keep of said nails, or natural but all wonky in length.

Cuticles, and file regularly, but I often have one or two nails shorter than the others, my thumb at present is quite long, and the rest are short as they all decided to break at some point in the last week.

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Nails are a pain in the arse!

I can't stand acrylic they ruin my nail beds, and yet my natural ones end up with little snags and break.

I can't win, acrylic and ruin the nails plus the up-keep of said nails, or natural but all wonky in length.

Cuticles, and file regularly, but I often have one or two nails shorter than the others, my thumb at present is quite long, and the rest are short as they all decided to break at some point in the last week.

Have you tried gels?  I love them and they protect my nails rather than bugger them up.  We have a curing lamp and all the kit so I can have them done at home with glitter...  oh deep joy!

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The new fad with fancy nails doesn't interest me in the least.  If a woman has short nails that are clean and neatly filed that's as much as I need to see.

 

Autumn, if it's of any interest, I started taking cod-liver-oil capsules some 20 years ago.  One of the side-effects is that my nails are very strong.and don't easily get damaged from routine domestic (and even car-maintenance) activities.

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The new fad with fancy nails doesn't interest me in the least.  If a woman has short nails that are clean and neatly filed that's as much as I need to see.

 

Autumn, if it's of any interest, I started taking cod-liver-oil capsules some 20 years ago.  One of the side-effects is that my nails are very strong.and don't easily get damaged from routine domestic (and even car-maintenance) activities.

New?It's years old.

 

I like mine filed shortish, always coloured. Handcream overnight.

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Have you tried gels? I love them and they protect my nails rather than bugger them up. We have a curing lamp and all the kit so I can have them done at home with glitter... oh deep joy!

Are gels the ones with various patterns/shapes/stripes and glitter? My reg has those and she also does mobile manicures as another income stream so I expect she has the same kit you have.

DG

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Have you tried gels?  I love them and they protect my nails rather than bugger them up.  We have a curing lamp and all the kit so I can have them done at home with glitter...  oh deep joy!

Gels are good, far better than polish or fakes. I have acrylics done occasionally but only a french polish style and they are clipped so short the girl looks at me as if to think "whats the point", but the point is they look way better. They do bugger my nails up though and I have never been able to grow mine nicely. Its just the start up kit and the 40 per bottle is a bit pricey, I know they last for ages though. On my  must get list lol xx

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Are gels the ones with various patterns/shapes/stripes and glitter? My reg has those and she also does mobile manicures as another income stream so I expect she has the same kit you have.

DG

Not as such.

 

Gels(and acrylics) are essentially on 'overlay' which usually comes in the form of a coloured gel which is painted onto the natural nail and left to set using UV light .The glitter and patterns are added on top of this, or maybe incorporated into the gel itself. One salon I know of uses a white powder mixed with solvent to create a gel-like substance which is painted on and sets without the need for a UV lamp, they then paint on standard nail polish and apply airbrush designs or jewels on top of this base. Applying gel inlays can mean your maincure lasts for up to 3 weeks, whereas filing and applying standard nail polish to natural nails lasts a couple of days maximum before starting to look tatty and chipped(sometimes less than 24 hours).

 

Patterns and glitter can also be applied to natural nails.

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Gels are good, far better than polish or fakes. I have acrylics done occasionally but only a french polish style and they are clipped so short the girl looks at me as if to think "whats the point", but the point is they look way better. They do bugger my nails up though and I have never been able to grow mine nicely. Its just the start up kit and the 40 per bottle is a bit pricey, I know they last for ages though. On my  must get list lol xx

We can do acrylics too xx  But...   why is there always a but.. they ruin my nails making them paper thin and it takes weeks for them to recover so I give them a miss.  Before I got going with the gels I used to Minx my nails - hands and feet, if I was going to a wedding or on holiday.  I can get Minx to last a week if I am careful and the wraps are amazing.

 

Gels are also cheaper than acrylics.

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I do not bother with any fake nail palava at all. My mother bless her soul gave me her big strong and nicely shaped nails... her slim legs.... high cheekbones

(no jokes!  ;) )  

 

So my outlay for nail care is just lots and lots of good hand/nail cream and a pot of sparkly nail polish.  My toenails usually get similar treatment too.

 

I did  buy a kit once which gave you a selection of coloured polishes which had a normal brush and a very fine one so you can draw freehand little patterns on your nails.  It was fun and I got quite good at it but the novelty wore off after a few weeks so I went back to my easy routine.

 

I am pleased to say that mostly my clients have clean nails but I would be mildly interested to know do any men at all use moisturiser or hand cream?  Men have skin too and it needs just the same care as the ladies'.

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I do not bother with any fake nail palava at all. My mother bless her soul gave me her big strong and nicely shaped nails... her slim legs.... high cheekbones

(no jokes!  ;) )  

 

 

 

I am pleased to say that mostly my clients have clean nails but I would be mildly interested to know do any men at all use moisturiser or hand cream?  Men have skin too and it needs just the same care as the ladies'.

 

My mum gave me her big bum and the twinkle in my eyes ...I have no idea where my legs came from as she was a bit on the short side bless her.

 

I have already instilled the moisturising routine in my boys, now they wont leave for work or school unless they have done it which I hope sets them up for good skin and soft hands in the future. I just think some guys assume men dont need moisturisers...they do x

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Not as such.

 

Gels(and acrylics) are essentially on 'overlay' which usually comes in the form of a coloured gel which is painted onto the natural nail and left to set using UV light .The glitter and patterns are added on top of this, or maybe incorporated into the gel itself. One salon I know of uses a white powder mixed with solvent to create a gel-like substance which is painted on and sets without the need for a UV lamp, they then paint on standard nail polish and apply airbrush designs or jewels on top of this base. Applying gel inlays can mean your maincure lasts for up to 3 weeks, whereas filing and applying standard nail polish to natural nails lasts a couple of days maximum before starting to look tatty and chipped(sometimes less than 24 hours).

 

Patterns and glitter can also be applied to natural nails.

We can do acrylics too xx  But...   why is there always a but.. they ruin my nails making them paper thin and it takes weeks for them to recover so I give them a miss.  Before I got going with the gels I used to Minx my nails - hands and feet, if I was going to a wedding or on holiday.  I can get Minx to last a week if I am careful and the wraps are amazing.

 

Gels are also cheaper than acrylics.

Sometimes you are glad you're a man. :D

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Sometimes you are glad you're a man. :D

When my daughter does my nails, we sit together in the kitchen and I have a glass of wine and we talk rubbish and I generally sing and she tells me to shut up.  I would not change being a girl for anything.  I was born this way Gibbsy :)

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When my daughter does my nails, we sit together in the kitchen and I have a glass of wine and we talk rubbish and I generally sing and she tells me to shut up. I would not change being a girl for anything. I was born this way Gibbsy :)

No change there then :eek:

Sorry, couldn't resist it :D

DG

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No change there then :eek:

Sorry, couldn't resist it :D

DG

DG  I have made a living out of talking rubbish.  You choose...  I could talk rubbish to you... or nag !

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as I use my hands a lot i wear gloves for general work and latex types for finer details. badger cream is good for restoring the skin. But good overall health is best.

 

i would have to stop working for several weeks for them to become soft enough to enjoy stroking a pair of stocking clad legs, without ripping them.

 

the things we have to forfeit in life.

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DG I have made a living out of talking rubbish. You choose... I could talk rubbish to you... or nag !

Sarah, I'd take you talking rubbish any day, I get the nagging at home :(

Luv ya really :D x

DG

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I don't paint my nails as one I end up biting the polish off and two the drama of polishing, just annoys the crap outta me.

Sorry to burst the girly girl bubble, I like them long, as with piano fingers short or bitten nails look awful on me, but beyond simple routine maintanence, I really don't like messing with my nails.

Does buffing count? As I get ridges so I do buff. Which makes them shiny without the polish.

Oh and I'm fanatical about dirt under them, I can't have dirty fingernails, it's icky.

Not the pink and frills kinda girl, but still a girl on the icky stuff lol

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Oh and no babe I haven't tried the Gels, I bought a set once and ended up with it totally messed up so gave up lol.

I have no patience for stuff like that.

Most girls find a spa day relaxing, I find it tedious. Like a massage though.

I hate shopping too.

But ask me to help on a car engine and I'm there, or DIY stuff.

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