All women have those days where they look at their nails and realize that they are nothing like the ones you see on tele or on movies. When this realization comes then we tend to end up in the spa or the salon paying a lot of money to get a manicure or a pedicure done. So here are some tips on getting the DIY version of your manicure or pedicure done without paying the big bucks.
- The nail shape
There are so many nail shapes that people end up getting from going to a professional service for a manicure. There are the square ones, the stiletto nails, and then the regular circle kind of one. But according to professionals the best flattering shape for a nail is a ‘squoval’ which is a mixture between a square and a oval but can be customized according to the finger size. So once you have cut your nails, to make sure that they are of approximately the same length make sure to compare it with the counterpart nail so that it is uniform (people don’t have to go through to boob job in Gold Coast wish to modify their physical appearance for uniform body parts either as apparently the body is only approximately symmetric and not totally, according to studies).
- Before polishing
Before you get into the nail polish business, swipe a cotton ball soaked in nail polish remover across each of the fingernails to remove anything laying on top (oil, soap, bacteria) which will actually cause the cracking of the nail polish. Once you have cleaned your nails then go on with the nail polish application (trick is to hold the brush between your thumb and middle finger with the forefinger resting on the top of the cap of the brush). Applying in thin layers is the best way to get long lasting nail polish for your fingers. Get more information about thailand cosmetic surgery at Somnio International Medical Holidays.
If you want the nude natural look for your nails and don’t want any nail polish to make it look nude, then go for a good buffing strip to remove the ridges in your fingers and create the polished look (the smooth look that you get from cosmetic surgery).
- Final touches
After applying the nail polish you might think it is the end of the pedicure or manicure, but you will need to finish it off by making your fingernails look perfect. So try using an orangewood stick soaked in nail polish remover in one side and then touching the sides of your nails to fix any nail polish that ended up beyond the scope it should be in.
If you do not have the time to wait for your nail polish to dry itself out properly then try applying a coat of cuticle oil or using the blow dryer on cool mode for your nails.