Universal nail salon 33351 - Lauderhill, FL - Manicure - Pedicure : Matte nail polishes look so trendy and here is an example of the gorgeous designs you can create. You can recreate this design, maybe try a different light color for a chic look or a vibrant shade for a bold look. Universal Nails & Spa Address : 5407 North University Drive, Lauderhill, Florida 33351, United States
Matte nails look stylish and very unusual and at the same time – very feminine. One of its undeniable advantages is that this type of nail art works with the strictest dress code even when choosing the brightest color. The secret is that this effect subdues the brightness a little, without affecting the shade itself. For the last year matte nail art has become especially popular and this is an excellent option for an elegant and self-confident woman. If you prefer a more discrete version of manicure, choose beige, wine or black colors. The fans of something brighter can opt for perfect mint, pink and red shades. You can combine the design of nails with glossy elements, some glitter or with tiny ornaments.
Tip to get the best matte nail designs:
The matte manicure looks great on long nails, as well as nails of medium length but is not the best of ideas for short nails.
What is important to know about matte nails?
In the first place, you have to realize that this type of finish is less resistant than the glossy counterparts. When you have chosen that type of manicure it is not recommended to use a base. Matte nail polish has a viscous and dense texture, which makes quite a thick layer on the nails and you wouldn’t want to add extra thickness.
Keep in mind that such varnishes dry slower than glossy nail polish and it needs at least 20 minutes to dry completely. Another consideration that you need to keep in mind is that matte varnishes and oil products interact in much the same way as oil and water and when you want to have beautiful manicure avoid lotions and creams for cuticles with oils and, as an extra precaution, before applying the nail polish, de-grease the nail plate with a nail polish remover. And finally, do not forget that most often chips are formed at the tip of the nail. Apply the lacquer along the nail plate but always seal the tips.