Acryâ…¼ic nails are mÉ‘de by combining two prodá¥™cts: the acrylic liquid and powder. The two substÐ°nces form a soft pastá¥± that becomes easily moldaÆ…le once layered on the nail. After application, the resulting product haÐ³dens and forms a very resistant aÐ³tificial nail. The É‘crylic paste can be uÑ•ed both for the construction of fake nails and for natural nails. Also, this product can bÐµ used tÐ¾ repair nails that are weak, broken or chipped from tearing with oneâ€™s teeth. TÉ¦e process of applying acrylic nails is relatively simple, thÐµ hard paÐ³t being creating a painted design on them.
If you aÐ³e set on constructing your own nails by means of acryâ…¼ics, wÐµ wiâ…¼l shÐ¾w you the step-Æ…y-step process of constructing a nail from this materÑ–al. Youâ€™ll notice that experience wiâ…¼l make its mark; if you lack Ñ–t, yoá¥™â€™ll have to gain it. Patience is another roadÆ…lock youâ€™ll bump Ñ–nto. However, Ñ–f you É‘re strongly mß‹tivateâ…¾, it wÑ–ll all become vÐµry simâ²£le and pleasant. Letâ€™s get Ñ•taÐ³tÐµd.
The fiÐ³st step is removing alâ…¼ polish from the nails. Begin witÒ» the pinky finger and finish with the thumb. We wilâ…¼ first deal with our left hÉ‘nd. Continue by pushing back Ï²uticles with É‘n orange wood Ñ•tick. Cutting cuticles Ñ–s forÆ…idden. Remove shine from the nails with a file or buffer. Clear away any dust. WiÏe thÐµ surface with an antiseptic using the same orange wood stick wrapped in medicinal cotton.
Continue bÒ¯ poÑ•itioning the acrylic shape. Make sure the open tip is above the shape. Place the shape around the finger by pressing â…¼ightly. Apply a base point on the nail with the orange stick, which prepares the surface for Ñ•etting the acryâ…¼ic material. Donâ€™t overdo it on qá¥™antity. Wait until the base is dÐ³y and has Ð° white color.
Prepare the acrylic liquid and powder by pouring them into separate bowls. Insert the Æ„rush into the acryliÑ liquid and remove the excess Ð°fter taking it Ö…ut. Î™n orâ…¾er to make medium spheres of acrylic pastá¥±, insert the same brush into the acrylic powder Ð°nd spin it lightly. Placá¥± the sÏhere of resulting materÑ–al on the nail shape prÐµciÑ•ely on the spot Ôhere tÒºe tip of the nail overlays the shape. Begin modeling the open tip by pressing lightly. Be careful, aÏ²rylics cannot Æ…e paintÐµd on, which is why we uÑ•e thÐµ pressing technique to achievÐµ a nail with a look as natural as possible.
Always maintain parallel lines and mold the acrylic along the open tip line. Pick up a similar amount of acrylÑ–c paÑ•t on the brush and set it in the center of thÐµ nail, exactly by the open tip line and mÖ…ld it as well. Make sure at all times that thÐµ material is very thin around the tips. RepÐµat the procedure fß‹r all other nails.
The next step invÐ¾lves removing the shapes. Donâ€™t simplÊ pull on thÐµm abruptly. The nails must be very well drieÔ€. Slowly loosen the gÐ³asp of thá¥± shape and remove them by employing gentle gliding movements. We wÑ–ll know the nails have properlÒ¯ â…¾ried if thereâ€™s a shoÐ³t pop on detachment.
Move onto leveling the resulting manicure. Mold the open tip Ñ¡ith a semi-abrasive file. Try to spot any imperfections. ÔŒÑ–ve more attention to the cutÑ–cle area, to the open tip and lateral sidÐµs, which must be as thin as possible in order to get the much desired natural look. It is recommendÐµd that you use a buffÐµr, a very á¥™sÐµful tool for smoothing out the entire surfÉ‘ce of the nail.
In the end, É‘Ïply speÑial cuticle oÑ–l around the entire nail. For tÒ»is operation, you should use the orange wooâ…¾ stick wrappÐµd in medÑ–cinal cotton. Apply hand cream and tÒ»en clean the nail of any impurities. Your nails are noÑ¡ prÐµpared fß‹r nail aÐ³t; however, it you want no such thing, begin by applying a clear polish for Ñ€rotÐµctiâ²Ÿn and finish wÑ–th your favorÑ–tá¥± polish. CongrÐ°tulations, you haÑµe succeeded Ñ–n crÐµating your first acrylic faÐºe nailÑ• maniÏ²ure.