To make the manicure look perfect, it is important to properly cover the nails with varnish. The number of layers depends on the type of enamel, its color, and also the effect that you plan to achieve.
To quickly dry the varnish, store it with a special coating drying - with it, the manicure will quickly harden and get a mirror shine.
The coating's ability to varnish depends on its texture. Before you start a manicure, try the chosen remedy on one nail or plastic tips. There are some general rules. Classical enamel is usually quite dense - it can be applied in one or two layers. Matte varnishes require a two-layer application, and glitters - three-layer. The same number of layers is required for semitransparent varnishes with a jelly texture.
If you are planning a combined manicure,Consider the number of layers of the substrate and topcoat. For example, for light flickering shine, you can apply two dense layers of base lacquer, and then cover them with a top with sequins or a holographic effect.
Consider the color of the varnish. Usually dark and bright enamels have a denser texture. Light can shine and lie down in stripes even after three-layer application. In this case, a little trick will help. Before applying a colored varnish, cover the plates with a dense layer of white enamel or a toned base. On top of it, the lacquer will lie evenly, and the strips will not be visible.
Before use, always shake the lacquer beforeComplete homogeneity. Varnishes with sparkles should be turned in advance and left in such position for an hour or more. The bright particles settling on the bottom of the bottle will move closer to the neck, and they will be conveniently spread over the nail.
The appearance of the manicure depends on the number of layers. A thin single-layer coating gives the effect of well-groomed hands and a slight hint of color. Thus, very light translucent varnishes and products with a fine shimmer are applied. Three dense layers provide an opaque uniform coating, but can kill the charm of some varnishes, making the nails "plastic".
Learn to properly paint your nails. First apply a leveling base on them and dry. Type the desired amount of lacquer on the brush and apply it to the nail in three strokes. If the coating looks uneven, "striped", allow it to dry out a little and cover the plate with varnish again. Try to match the boundaries of the layers, otherwise the manicure will look messy. The final stage is the top coating with the drying effect. It for a few minutes fixes all layers of lacquer, and the manicure acquires firmness and brilliance.