Another version of the trend manicure with inscriptions
To perform this manicure, we need:
To begin with, we apply the base, as well as colored gel polish. Today we took the white and black gel varnishes Cristina (shades 1323 and 1348).
As a design, take the slider from BPW.Style (number 1-1460).
Since this design occupies the entire area of the nail plate, there is a risk of flaking of the design at the end of the nail. To avoid this, we recommend using the "wet base" method.
Any base for gel polish is suitable for this, but as best as possible take a thin one. Such a base quickly melts the film from the design, as well as gives less volume to the manicure.
With the choice of base decided, now you need to separate the slider from the substrate. To do this, dip the cut piece of the design into room temperature water for a few seconds. Check if the film is slipping off the backing, but do not separate it yet. Put on a paper napkin so that excess water is gone.
Apply a thin layer of base on the color coating. Drying the base is not necessary. Put the slider design on the unexplored base. It is better to put straight at once, as the film instantly begins to melt. This helps the design to send part of the cover and not peel off during the socks. Using a silicone brush, smooth the edges of the design, and bend the excess length at the end perpendicular to the nail. To cut at this stage, the design is not worth it, he inaccurately pulls the rest of the design. Dry in the lamp for 1 minute.
Take the buff or glass nail file. The tool must be cleaned of nail dust, otherwise it will fall on the floor. And, putting the file perpendicular to the end of the nail, remove the extra length with careful movements.
Next, take the top. Any top is also suitable here, since the base on which the slider went is responsible for securing the slider in this method. It is necessary to cover with two layers, leveling the surface and carefully sealing the design. Dry in the lamp and remove the sticky layer.
Here is a contrasting design with inscriptions we have.
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