Monday, February 27, 2012

Guest Post

Feel Beautiful and Confident With Cancer By Painting Your Nails
By: Jackie Clark

A cancer prognosis is a terrible and scary thing to deal with. Some women even let it depress them so much that they stop taking care of their physical appearances. They stop wearing fashionable clothes, styling their hair and putting on makeup and nail polish. Even though getting cancer can seem like the end of the world, it should not stop you from looking and feeling your best. Feeling beautiful certainly will not cure your cancer, but it can at least make you feel stronger and more confident.

One form of cancer some women are diagnosed with is mesothelioma cancer. If you have gotten this prognosis, you likely feel scared and helpless. But as you go through your treatment, you should not let go of your looks. Taking the time to make yourself look pretty will do wonders for your spirit and confidence.

A great way to feel beautiful and confident is to wear nail polish on your fingernails and toenails. There are many nail polish colors out there whether it is blue, red or pink. Do not be afraid to wear a brighter nail polish color like neon green on your nails. It will show that you are confident and not afraid of wearing a daring color. You can even paint different designs on your nails like polka dots or stripes. Make sure to apply a clear coat on top of your nail polish to prevent it from chipping later on in the week.

Make the time to get a professional manicure or pedicure done at a salon. As the nail technician is busy buffing and painting your nails, you can just sit there and relax, forgetting about all of your troubles and worries. At the end, your nails will look so beautiful that you will want to show them off to all of your family members and friends.

Even though cancer is a very serious disease, you should not let it bring you down too much. It is important to keep up your appearance, so you feel strong and confident to face both your cancer and the world.

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