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Ridges on nails are the parallel lines on the nails that may either run in a vertical way or in horizontal way. These horizontal lines are known as the Beau’s lines which are also as the Beau’s illness. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment and home remedies for Beau Lines or Horizontal lines on Nails.

Ridges on nails are the parallel lines on the nails that may either run in a vertical way or in horizontal way. These horizontal lines are known as the Beau’s lines which are also as the Beau’s illness. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment and home remedies for Beau Lines or Horizontal lines on Nails.

French physician Joseph Honoré Simon Beau first described "Beau's lines," or transverse ridges -- horizontal grooves on the nail -- in 1846.

French physician Joseph Honoré Simon Beau first described "Beau's lines," or transverse ridges -- horizontal grooves on the nail -- in 1846.

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nails: <p>That peeling might be telling you it's time to eat better. Those horizontal ridges? Could be a stress SOS. There's a lot of health information right at your fingertips, so take a look!</p>

nails: <p>That peeling might be telling you it's time to eat better. Those horizontal ridges? Could be a stress SOS. There's a lot of health information right at your fingertips, so take a look!</p>

Hot roll hair on-base in bricklayer fashion.Create a horizontal parting at the parietal ridge on each side (this will be the largest section) and secure in a loose pony. Separate small sections of the pony and twist, knot or rope braid and pin to create the bottom design. With the remaining hair, mimic your design and work the two sections together. Finally, take the fringe section and create a loose French braid to intertwine in the design. Finally, set with a finishing spray

Hot roll hair on-base in bricklayer fashion.Create a horizontal parting at the parietal ridge on each side (this will be the largest section) and secure in a loose pony. Separate small sections of the pony and twist, knot or rope braid and pin to create the bottom design. With the remaining hair, mimic your design and work the two sections together. Finally, take the fringe section and create a loose French braid to intertwine in the design. Finally, set with a finishing spray

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♥ Natural Nail Care: If your nails are dry/brittle, eat more foods rich in vitamin A like garlic, papaya, parsley, & watercress. If your nails are fragile with vertical & horizontal ridges, there's a chance you're not getting enough vitamin B. Fenugreek, kelp, parsley, & dandelion are all rich sources of the B vitamin. Calcium's critical for the health of your nails. If your nails are plagued with fungus, try blending tea tree oil & lavender oil to use as a moisturizer at the base of your…

♥ Natural Nail Care: If your nails are dry/brittle, eat more foods rich in vitamin A like garlic, papaya, parsley, & watercress. If your nails are fragile with vertical & horizontal ridges, there's a chance you're not getting enough vitamin B. Fenugreek, kelp, parsley, & dandelion are all rich sources of the B vitamin. Calcium's critical for the health of your nails. If your nails are plagued with fungus, try blending tea tree oil & lavender oil to use as a moisturizer at the base of your…

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The appearance of your fingernails reflects more than proper grooming -- it tells a lot about your diet, too. Poor nutrition can impact the tiny, raised lines known as striations or ridges that ...

The appearance of your fingernails reflects more than proper grooming -- it tells a lot about your diet, too. Poor nutrition can impact the tiny, raised lines known as striations or ridges that ...

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