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French Manicure Columbia SC

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Nail Plus
(803) 787-6373
2130 N Beltline Blvd Ste 102
Columbia, SC
Amy Nails
(803) 790-9070
2005 N Beltline Blvd Ste 2
Columbia, SC
Lee Nails
(803) 787-9300
4711 Forest Dr Ste 25
Columbia, SC
Usa Nails
(803) 772-0280
1322 Bush River Rd Ste B3
Columbia, SC
Top Line Nails
(803) 772-9277
1722 Broad River Rd Ste E
Columbia, SC
Tony's Nails
(803) 735-1002
3200 Two Notch Rd
Columbia, SC
Capital Nail & Spa
(803) 255-0090
128 S Assembly St
Columbia, SC
Nails 2001
(803) 794-5510
909 State St
Cayce, SC
Rose Nail
(803) 772-7701
1215 Saint Andrews Rd Ste 1
Columbia, SC
Regal Nails
(803) 782-9037
5420 Forest Dr
Columbia, SC

How To Do a French Manicure

French Manicures and Pedicures

Tools Needed:
Rubbing Alcohol
Nail Brushes
Nail Files
Manicure Scissors
Nail Buffers
Cotton Swabs
Nail Clippers
French Manicure Kits
Manicure Kits
Nail Cleaners
Step One

Hit the drugstore or beauty supply center to pick up your tools: base/top coat, tip guide strips, neutral polish and white polish. Neutral polishes are very pale, sheer shades with a pink, beige or peach cast. Consider kits that offer everything in one convenient box.

Step Two

Clip, file and shape your nails. Tend to your cuticles, then wash and dry your nails completely. Apply the base/top coat and let it dry.

Step Three

Peel off a guide strip and affix it below the tip of a nail, following its natural curve. The guide will allow you to paint an even white tip with ease and precision.

Step Four

Decide where to place the guide strips based on the length of your nails. In general, the longer the nail, the longer the white tip should be. Make sure that the arch of the guide is smooth and rounded and that the tip lengths are all relatively consistent.

Step Five

Paint each nail tip white, extending the brush stroke from the top of the guide to the end of the nail. Take care not to get any white polish on the body of the nail below the guide. Let the tips dry.

Step Six

Remove all the guides. Dissolve leftover adhesive by rubbing it gently with a cotton swab dipped in alcohol.

Step Seven

Apply two coats of the neutral polish, letting ...

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