What does it mean when the tips of your nails go from white to clear?

Am I lacking some sort of vitamin? Im getting plenty of calcium and there(my nails) not breaking or flimsy. What do you think?

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One Response to “What does it mean when the tips of your nails go from white to clear?”

  1. Jigga said:

    Not everyone has a nail plate that is white as it becomes free edge. Some are white with clear spots, and some are mostly clear. There is nothing you can do to change this as it is genetic. If it has only occurred suddenly – that is, if they used to be white, it has just finally changed to your usual colour. Bleach will not do the trick, neither will nail whiteners that are sold over the counter at beauty supply stores – they will only remove any yellow cast from the underside of the free edge. You could try white pencils designed for nails, or opt for a thin overlay of a pink and white acrylic or gel. A lack of calcium is shown by the ‘moon’ near the base of your nails becoming larger and easliy visable. Bleach will not do the trick, neither will nail whiteners that are sold over the counter at beauty supply stores – they will only remove any yellow cast from the underside of the free edge. You could try white pencils designed for nails, or opt for a thin overlay of a pink and white acrylic or gel.
    Hope this helps




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