By Louise Paul. Winter Nail. Published at Monday, October 05th, 2020 - 02:51:34 AM.
Tips for Maintenance If there ever was an ephemeral art form manicure nail art is it. Once your nail grows out or the acrylic or gel nail needs to be removed the artistry is lost. Many women get their nails done on a regular basis but there are ways to make your masterfully manicured nails last a little longer. Applying a top coat after they are done and every couple of days afterwards will keep them looking like new. Moreover use cuticle oil every other day to maintain nail health. When doing chores and tasks that can damage your hands protect your nails from chips dents or cracks by wearing gloves.
Every woman who loves her body loves her nails too. Taking care of the nails is easy; a regularly done manicure and pedicure makes the nails healthy and strong and keeps them clean. To beautify your nails further nail art is the best way. Nail art has become famous in the recent years and its popularity is increasing. There are a lot of designs that you can make on your finger nails and toe nails and one of the forms of nail art that has recently gathered many takers is the Fimo nail art.
Nail stamping kits are just one way to get unique and salon-looking designs quickly and easily. Now one advantage of going to a salon to have a technician either freehand or by using a stencil and air-brush apply unique nail designs to your nails is that the technician is able to use both hands to work on your hands. The art may come out looking more defined and professional as well. But on the other hand it can start costing you a lot of bucks to keep it up.
Nail art stamping and dotting tools are really inexpensive and can be bought at local supply stores or online stores. With these tools you will be able to become a do it yourself expert. With some time patience and learned skill you will be able to create your own nail art There are many online tutorials and videos on YouTube that you can easily follow and learn how you can do some amazing styles quite easily. Nail polishes today run in many price ranges including prices around 1.50 to 20 dollars. There is a big gap in price and quality but I would highly recommend you buy nail polishes that are free from harmful chemicals that can be toxic to your body. I would look for nail polish such as the ones manufactured from the brands Deborah Lippmann OPI Zoya China Glaze and other similar companies that make big three free.
2) Nail dotters Nail dotters help create dot and circle patterns. I use these all the time to create simple polka dot designs. They come in a variety of sizes. Starting out itll be good to get your hands on one that has a medium sized round nib on one end and a small one on the other so you can choose the size of the dots you want to create.
Orange sticks are also useful for pushing back cuticles if you are careful as this has a flat edge at one end. The other end is pointed so this can be used for cleaning underneath the nails but for hygiene its best to throw them away after each use. One of the most important pieces of equipment is a good nail file. Now these come in many different materials. Most people use an emery board which is made from sandpaper but the grit wears quickly or falls off so these dont last that long. The glass nail file is a relatively new type that is now on the market. This type has been guaranteed never to wear out. This type has a bonus too. Research shows that with regular correct use your own nails will actually strengthen and it also helps reduce chipping and splitting.
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