How to match your nail polish to your skin color?

How to match your nail polish to your skin color?

A nice neat and neat manicure is the best. And it's even better when the color of the nail polish is in total osmosis with the color of the skin. Because, certain tones will look more or less well depending on this or that skin tone. So you're wondering how to match your nail polish to your skin color? Follow us! White skin: anything but white! One of the rules of nail polish is: avoid tone on tone. For a light complexion, we say bye bye to white whether it is matte, shiny or pearly. In addition, fair skin makes all bright and acidic colors look good. Dark skin: nude is your friend! Nude colors will......

Nail polish colors that stretch your fingers: which ones to use?

Nail polish colors that stretch your fingers: which ones to use?

To look taller and slimmer we put on heels, but sometimes, we want our toes to look longer. Each hand has its own shape and some have short ends perhaps a little chubby. Thanks to some tricks, starting with the color of the nail polish, we can make them look more tapered and graceful. To get to know them, continue reading. Nail polish colors that stretch your fingers The enamel colors that stretch the fingers are dark ones such as burgundy, plum, midnight blue, etc ... As you already know, black slims down and doesn't just apply to clothing. If your extremities are a little chubby, total black is perfect for making......

Our advice for applying your semi-permanent varnish

Our advice for applying your semi-permanent varnish

To apply your permanent nail polish, whether you go to an institute or do it at home, here are the steps to follow to take care of your nails: Start by preparing the nails for the application of the varnish: file your nails, clean them and push back the cuticles, as if you were going to apply a classic varnish. Apply a primer to all nails with the first hand then spend 30 seconds to 2 minutes under the lamp. During this time (or after if you are doing the polish alone), do the same with the second hand. Apply a first coat of varnish and go under the lamp, then do the same......