The timeless French manicure always involves a light pinkish base and bold white, pointing tips. It’s classic and sophisticated, and never goes out of style. So, let’s start with the basics! Here are some simple French manicure tips:
– Choose your nail color and highlights. It is easier to get the proper shades if you have at least one natural color. Some women might want to opt for darker shades to give their French manicures a more dramatic effect. You can also try lighter shades, but it will take longer to dry out between manicures. For thin tips, it is better to apply a French manicure gel and lightly brush a light-colored foundation over it, so that the white base coat looks like an afterthought.
– Use two different tips, or even several tips if you can, to create layers. It will make your nails appear thicker, and your pinky’s will be bigger and brighter. Many people choose to do this with different colors, like black, red, and even various shades of pink and purple. There are many designs and colors of tips available on the market today, so you should have no problem coming up with many looks.
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– You can use a French manicure tip on the tips as well as the nails. You just need to paint the tip pink first, and then use a white base coat on top of that. You can do the pink top coat anywhere, but I suggest you do the tips first so that your nail looks clean and sparkling.
– The nail tips can either be straight, wavy, or curly. If you have straight tips, then just add some tips that are about one and a half inches long to your regular French manicure. If you have wavy tips, then simply add more tips to your regular French manicure. Curly tips can be made into rings and even barrettes.
This is only the tip of the iceberg for how to play around with French manicure tips. When you get good at it, you can even create designs that are not only cute, but also help express yourself creatively. The most important thing is to choose a design you love and find some French polish in that color. You can apply that paint and create a masterpiece.