Try to find the nail shop near me or nails near me for nail care and manicure, also trying to save money or going to nail salon is no longer an option. There is never a bad idea to do your own manicure at home. Not only can painting your own nails be fun,it can also have therapeutic benefits as a distraction in stressful times like these when self-care is more important than ever.
However, it may be hard to get the same results at home that you’re used to at the salon. A lot can go wrong, between chipping, warping, and smudging. That isn’t to say it’s impossible to get an Insta-worthy mani by yourself; it just takes a little practice and a good method. That’s where we are here.All it takes is 6 simple steps. Follow along for a mani so good you’ll have people asking for your salon’s address.
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To get a great manicure at home,do as the pros do by starting by prepping your nails. You need to remove any old nail polish or any oils and dirt that could warp your polish.
A good polish remover and file is all you need to get the job done. And don’t forget to wash your hands with soap and water after.
Before you paint your new polish,you need to make sure your nails are prepped and ready to go.And this is seriously the best part of a manicure anyway.
a) Clip nails first, if necessary. You’ll want them all equal lengths—and then file to smooth out any rough edges.
b) File gently then. Moving in one direction to get your tips square, round, or somewhere in between.
c) Buff nails finally. Buff the tops and sides of your nails lightly with a nail buffer—not your emery board—to create a smooth surface.
Firstly, Loosen up your cuticles with cuticle oil so you’ll be able to push them back gently.Then push back gently with a cuticle stick.
Your cuticles protect your nails from bacteria and keep them soft, so avoid cutting them.
Swipe on a base coat to hydrate and protect nails and prevent chipping.It’s basically the foundation for any fire gel mani.
After applying a coat, cure the nail in your UV lamp for up to 30 seconds. (P.S. Depending on the type of lamp you have, the time could differ.)
Now for the fun part: pick a color (or colors) and start painting your nails. Between each coat, cure the nail with UV light, and repeat this until you have a nice, opaque color.
Being sure to get the brush all the way down to the cuticle and into the corners of your nail. Maximum coverage on the first coat makes the second coat a breeze. Just keep the layer thin.
Now for the finale,swipe a top coat over your nails and then cure it one last time under your lamp.
A topcoat protects your manicure from chipping and adds shine to nails—don’t skip it, or you’ll significantly shorten the lifespan of the paint job you just worked so hard on.
Yup, there are just six steps for recreating a salon-worthy gel manicure at home. Easy enough, right? It’ll be worth it when you show off your nails and shock everyone by revealing they’re DIY.