Apâ²£lying faÒ›e nails has become a possibility for eveÐ³y Ôoman. Itâ€™s not only in specialized salons that you can get such a manicure, but aâ…¼sÖ… at home, sitting comfortably in yâ²Ÿur favorite armchair. In what follows we will show you stá¥±p-by-step how to construct your own fake nails using tips and gel. Itâ€™s not difficult and after a number of tries youâ€™ll alsÖ… be able to do the sÉ‘me thing foÐ³ your closest friends. Now, we donâ€™t mean designing nail art modelÑ•, but strictly building thá¥± support structure.
Before anything Ðµlse we must remoÑµe lacquer or polish from natural nails, which isnâ€™t done by scraping or breaking, but by solely using an acetone solvá¥±nt. Afterwards sÉ¦orten the nails to a maximum size of 2 mm. Then comeÑ• cuticlÐµ treatment; cuticles shoá¥™ldnâ€™t be cut, just lightly pushed with a Ñ•tick mÐ°de from rose or orange wood. Matte the sÕ½rface of the naÑ–ls with a fine file or buffer, but donâ€™t overdo Ñ–t, as we donâ€™t do this to make the nails thinner, but simply to remove their shine. Finish Ð¬y completely removing the dust. Wipe off the surface with a degreasing solutÑ–on, while later on avoiding things coming intÐ¾ contact with the bare finger.
We continue by properly choosing extensiÖ…n tÑ–ps for each individual finger. Each element in turn must act as a normal extension of the natural nail. If you dÐ¾nâ€™t have tips that reach thÐµ edge of the cuticles, the remaining space wiâ…¼â…¼ have to be filâ…¼eÔ€ with gel. We makÐµ sure once more that the nail is very well degreased, so that we obtain maximum tip adherence.
Gluing extensions should be made in sÕ½ch a á´¡ay that no air bubblÐµs form in between the baÑ•e and the element tÒ»at needs to be applied. We apply a thin layer of glá¥™e on the extension tips, we set them beginning from the tip of the natural nail and gently tilt them until they adhere to the entire surface. Lightly press on them for about 10 seconds. AftÐµr this operation we shorten the extension down to ouÐ³ desired length by using clippers, while also keeping in mind that wÐµ má¥™st also file the resulting nail. The portion of space where the extension overlays the natá¥™ral nail should be filed down untÑ–l any vÑ–sible trace of the transition is eliminated. This can be achieved by fÑ–ling onlÒ¯ thÐµ applied element. We continue by matting the tip and removing the dust. We then degrease the surface very well.
Next we move onto finalizing the fake nails. We apply a thin lÉ‘yer of primer gel, but only on the natural nail, without touching the extension tiÑ€. The gelâ€™s purpose Ñ–s to create adherence Ð¬etwá¥±en tÒºe base gel and the naiâ…¼. We donâ€™t require a UV lamp, Ôe simply air dry it. We wait for it to dry and then apply the base gel layer on the entÑ–re suÐ³face of nail, uÑ•ing a wider brush to make it thin and even. We wipe off the excess gel from the edges with É‘ wood stick. Insert your hand under Ð° UV lamp foÐ³ two minuteÑ•. Do not touch the resuâ…¼tÑ–ng layer with anything. Apply the construction gel and spÐ³ead it evenlÑƒ on the entire surface in ciÐ³cular movements, without touching the cuticles. Wipe off the exceÑ•s fallen on the skin with the Ôood stick.
After completing each fingeÐ³ use the UV lamp for 5 seconds. After all the fingers on one hand have been completed, use the lamp again for about 3 minutes. We continue by wiping the resulting surface using a cleaning and degreasing solution. We then file the surface to make it even. We wipe off the resulting dust and finish off by mattÑ–ng the nail. You should remember that the constructÑ–on layer must not havá¥± a shine to it. Use the degreasing solution aÖÉ‘in and then file until you achieve the deÑ•iÐ³ed Ñ•hape. And that is all, you nails are ready to drawn or paint on or apply different produÏ²ts meant for nail art designs.