Every girls want to have beautiful nail when walking on the street. However, we all know how difficult it is to own glorious nail designs. From choosing the perfect color to applying nail polish on the nails, phew! This is a whole exhausted process! Don't be worried, these 5 tips will help things become a little easier for you.
1.Three strokes are all you need: As you're painting your nails, The best way to paint your nail is to use three strokes to apply the polish. "Initially, you need to plunge the brush into the small container and get a good measured bead of polish at the edge of your brush," nail artist Simcha Whitehill says. "You need the polish to do most of the work and spread out as it's set on the nail — the brush is there to simply guide the dot of polish into place. Beginning at the base of your nail, stroke the brush to the right, to the left, and after that down the center of your nail."
2. Always use base coat: "It may require some investment, yet it will help the colored polish to stick on your nail for a longer period of time, and it will prevent staining on your nails from pigmented paint," Whitehill clarifies.
3. Avoid quick-dry nail polish: It can dry out your nails.
4. Reuse your old lip brush to help clean up the edges of your nail: We've all colored outside of the lines, yet when you do it with nail polish, you need to be exact when it comes to cleaning up the extra polish on the cuticle. Whitehill recommends dunking an old lip brush into nail polish remover and swiping it around your nail bed to tidy up the edges.
5. Find yourself a suitable white: White nail polish couldn't be cooler than it is at this moment - it's a must-wear color. In any case, when you're considering which kind of white nail polish you should pick while standing in front of the shelf, you need to ensure the equation is thick and creamy, so it doesn't go on excessively sheer or streaky. To ensure it's opaque, take the brush and wipe it inside of the top of the container; if the polish is sheer against the inside of the jug, it's not pigmented enough.