Nail Art Tips: bloggers have the best tricks for decorated nails

October 3, 2017

They have access to the biggest news of nail enamels and spend hours on end tweaking and discovering new nail decoration techniques. Check out the best tips nail art four bloggers.

Melissa, Menezes, do Beauty By Melissa

“My biggest trick is to pass white glue around the nails when I do ombre. Because the technique is made using sponge, I very soiled fingers and had a lot of work to clean up. When the glue is dry, just pull the film out piece, leaving little residue enamel to clean with acetone. ”

Bruna Pacific, Bru Pacific

“To achieve a good result in the marbled nail, use duct tape to cover the toes and sides, protecting them and making it easy to clean up the ‘mess’ that is marbled effect. To make similar drawings, it is important to drop the same amount of enamel to do all the nails. ”

Rubia Olivo, do Rubia Olivo

“Girls ask me how I can do so skinny and straight lines using brush and enamel. Many think the secret is to use a very thin brush and have firmly in hand, but the truth is that always start a drawing by the contour. That way, I can do it in coarse and clumsy way. When I fill the drawing with other colors, I diminishing and adjusting the contours in the shape I want. ”

Mariana Teixeira, the We Love Enamels

“My trick is to use a proper enamel to make the stamp because it takes longer to dry and has the ideal pigmentation for this type of technique. To copy the effect, you need three tools: a plate stamping, with prints in low relief; a scraper to remove excess glaze around the design, leaving only filled the stamp you want to use; and the stamp, which serves to transfer the design of the plaque to the nails. The stamped must be done quickly for the design not be missed. ”


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