MATT FINISHED + APPLICATIONS:
Paint your nails your favorite color for a “salon” twist, applying a matte finish topcoat and a nail stud down the center. Although it is a very simple mani, it will look produced and different.
This nail design is easy and looks salon-like, you just need the right technique to get it done. We recommend that you paint a thick line of glitter polish on a small sponge and, before it dries, adhere the glitter to the nail using soft little strokes. It is important that you let dry between coats and concentrate the pigments on the tip of the nail.
Paint the nails with a single coat of light brown polish, wait for it to dry and draw a fine line in the middle of the nail. Play with a different color on each finger and before anything else, practice the stripes on a sheet to control the thickness.
If you are looking for an easy nail design, without going to the salon, run for your favorite polishes, masking tape, and acetone to make this idea. How to start? Tape the tape diagonally to each nail, exposing the tips. Next, cover the transparent area with nail polish, wait for it to dry, give it another coat and remove the excess polish with a brush and acetone.
Multicolored nails in spring are HOT and not difficult to recreate. You just have to put a different polish on each nail, trying to make the nuances harmonize with each other.
This is a nail design that looks salon-like (and somewhat complicated), right? The truth is that it is not as long as it seems, because the key is to use a fine nail pointer and form the petals of a flower. If you want to level it up, lengthen the circles with a toothpick.
An unusual nail polish and an original nail file can make your homemade manicure look like a salon! We suggest you go for almond or square tips, and color your nails with holographic, iridescent or mirror-effect polishes for fun.
CAKES AND GLITTER:
Step one of this nail design is layering your adored pastel varnish. Step two consists of painting a thin (and vertical) middle line with a glitter polish. Step three is nothing more than sealing everything with a top coat and that’s it!
Are you a fan of effects and textures in manicure? Buy a nail foil with a design that you like, cut it into tiny triangles or squares and stick them with clear polish, like sprinkles. Don’t forget to fix with a top coat as usual.
Another easy-to-do, salon-like nail design is a simple (or colorful) French manicure. The technique is the same as that of the tape that we saw earlier, which consists of sticking the adhesive under the tip, applying the enamel and removing the remains with acetone.