Sublimate and decorate your nails

Sublimate and decorate your nails

On your nail polish, UV gel or semi-permanent varnish you can adorn your nails in different ways. In this article, Maryton nail supply will tell you how to sublimate and decorate your nails. Just keep reading!

Dare to play with colors

Many of us always wear the same color. So learn to please yourself, and dare! 

Whatever your skin color, red highlights your hands and nails, and it goes with all clothing styles. This color, which tends to look a bit “femme fatale”, can be frightening. You have to accept it, because red attracts attention, especially from men who adore it!

No more prejudices! Black nail polish is no longer reserved for goths and is also suitable for everyone! Worn on short, well-maintained nails, it’s a chic and rock asset that will go with all your outfits! As with any dark color, primer is essential to preserve the natural color of your nails.

The French manicure

Ultra elegant on the hands or feet, the “French” manicure is the most popular! Most often done with white and a pink color, the French manicure is available in full color, semi-colored or inverted.

Sparkling nails

For a So glam’ effect with star nails, stick rhinestones on your UV gel nails, then add a layer of finishing gel to hold everything together. Glitter can adorn all your manicures, to be applied immediately after your undried gel or varnish. Dry or cure before applying a top coat.

The stickers

And for those in a hurry, stick a sticker! Ultra simple, you gently peel off the sticker using tweezers before placing it in the desired location!

On varnish

Your sticker will be placed on your dry varnish. Apply two coats of top coat as a finish.

On gel or permanent varnish

Your sticker will be placed on your catalyzed and degreased gel polish or UV gel. Apply one or two coats of UV top coat as a finishing touch.

Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I recommend investing in some professional manicure sets to care for your hands.

Read also: How To Remove Your Semi-Permanent Nail Polish Without Damaging Your Nails?

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