I so understand how you feel girl. I am alway painting my nails because i just love to. I started getting the same problem but then I found out that you can get rid of it. When taking of the nail polish make sure you use a good nail polish remove. One with vitiam e. Then after your done taking the nail polish off, wash your hands with warm water and soap. Dry them really good and put loation on your hands. Make sure you focus getting the loation on your nails and rub it around it. Making the nails mostiruez with help prevent yellowness
Try a nail polish remover that is purple, purple is yellows "complimentary" color on the color wheel, this means it should neutralize the yellow, or make it go away, if there is not enough purple in the remover, try painting them purple for a day then remove.. Should help I had a similar problem with red on my toes, it stained them.. I used green.
Regular nail hygiene and house stain removal methods are usually effective at removing discoloration to expose healthy and beautiful nails. You should scrub your nails using a nail brush and warm soapy water. Make use of a cleanser that contains tea tree oil if you feel it is a fungal infection and clean beneath the nails using a nail stick before rinsing off soap with clean, warm water.
Take a Qtip and dip it in diluted bleach - rub over nail bed. Wash your hands thoroughly and dry, afterwards. Give your nails a day or two break from polish and keep them moisturizer with a little olive oil. Voila!