Newest Nail Trend 2016 “Evanesce Nails”

Evanesce Nails

Evanesce Nails

Newest Nail Trend 2016 “Evanesce Nails”

 

Beside sounding seductive and beautiful, the word truly fits in the nail industry. It means to gradually fade away. And what better to fade away but the color on the nail plate.

The technique of Evanesce Nails is to start with full color on the pinky nail and gradually have the color fade away moving across the hand. It appears as if a lighter color is growing up the nail plate as you move across the fingers. By the time you reach the thumb it will all be the lighter color. And to top it off, she adds color to the back of the nail using additive powders. The back of the nail matches the front tip of the nail! How fun and creative is that!

Creator of this new naEvanesce Nailsil technique is a veteran in the nail industry, Lori Halloway. Some of you may know her as The Meticulous Manicurist, the name she goes by on her YouTube channel. Or her book, Shear Savvy Secrets and Strategies for successful salon apprenticeships.

Lori fell in love with colored acrylic this year to keep her nails looking beautiful while filming for her YouTube channel and servicing her clients. She likes to mix colors with glitters to get a custom color that matches her style
. But still wanted something a little more unique. So she created Evanesce Nails. Lori uses colored acrylic on her own nails to apply this technique but uses polish, gel polish, and glitters on her clients.

We hope you have a ball creating your masterpieces using this new technique. Be sure to tag The Meticulous Manicurist in your posts so we can see what you have created!

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buy levitra with no prescription Three things you never knew about polishing the perfect french manicure tip

Tips to polish the perfect french tip

Polishing a French manicure is trickier than it looks.  There are several variables involved that no one ever thinks about and today I’m going to tell you what they are. Levitra CVS

1. You only use a very small triangular corner of the brush.

2. You only use a small dab of polish on the tip of the brush. 

3. You have to use your fingers on your opposite hand to pull the skin away from your nail wall so you are able to get the corner of they brush into the corner where the line begins on the free edge.

Let’s expand on those tips.

1. You only use a very small triangular corner of the brush.

The brush is way to big to use on the tip of the nail. This area is called the free edge. We need to make the brush smaller to get into the area where the line will begin in the corner of the free edge. You have to pretend that the brush only exists of the triangular corner of the brush. This is the part you are going to use.

2. You only use a small dab of polish on the tip of the brush. 

When you remove the polish applicator from the bottle you’re going to wipe the back of brush on the rim of the bottle and the front of the brush on the rim of the bottle so there is no polish on the brush. As polish runs down the stem of the applicator you are going to have to wipe the bristles again to remove excess polish. You are then going to pick up a very small amount of polish from the inside of the neck of the bottle. You are not going to re dip the brush into the bottle. 

3. You have to use your fingers on your opposite hand to pull the skin away from your nail wall so you are able to get the corner of they brush into the corner where the line begins on the free edge.

You’re going to pull back the skin of your finger with an opposite finger so you can get as close to the corner of your nails possible without getting it on the skin. You’re going to draw a smile line from the corner of the nail the center of the name. Now you’re going to use the opposite corner of the brush and go to the other side of the nail. You’re going to connect the edge of the nail to the center of the nail connecting the line so you have a smile line. When you pull the skin down and away from the nail wall you have more room to get the corner of the brush in the area.

 

Now because you used a very small amount of nail polish and applied it very thin, it should be almost completely dry in a matter of minutes. If you feel like you need to apply a second coat for better coverage you are able to do so.  Now you’re going to use a polish color of your choice to go over the entire nail. You are only going to use one coat of this color. The last step is to apply a fast drying top coat to the entire surface of the nail.

You are going to use the same process of wiping the brush before applying color of your choice and before applying the top coat. You are going to wipe the front of the brush and the back of the brush until there’s nothing left on the brush. Then you’re going to pick up a very small amount of polish from the inside of the neck of the bottle. You are not going to read dip the brush in the polish bottle.

 

I hope that you were able to learn a few tricks to polishing a French manicure and you check out the video tutorial on my YouTube channel the meticulous manicurist. If you enjoy the video please like and share my video so others can enjoy it too 🙂

 

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Pedicures have tremendous health benefits and no longer considered pampering.

Health Benefits of Pedicures

Why do you think people feel so good after they get a pedicure from a licensed nail technician? It may surprise you that it isn’t just the polish color they picked and that’s the truth. If you ask twenty people after their pedicure service why they get a pedicure, most will tell you it is because they feel so great afterward.  There are so many health benefits and overall well being actions that take place during a pedicure that most people don’t even know about. And the cumulation of these things are why you feel so fantastic after your pedicure.

Health benefits of pedicures

Health benefits of pedicures

The word pedicure is derived from the Latin words pedis which means “of the foot”, and cura, which means “care”. Foot care is a very important part of maintaining your health and well being. That is why it is especially important to see a licensed professional who is following state board patron protection and sanitation regulations to avoid injury during the service. One important Michigan law you should be aware of, it is not legal to use a Credo Blade or razor blade to remove calluses during a pedicure service. Doing so can cause bleeding and the release of blood born pathogens.

What to Expect During a Pedicure

Women get the importance of a pedicure and many men are slowly, but surely understanding how important it is to their health. Many men shutter at the idea of a pedicure due to the fear of the unknown, but after getting a professional pedicure they look forward to the next one! So lets talk about what to expect.

* A good pedicure service is a 45  min to 60 min service. You can get an express pedicure in 30 min but you don’t get all the  benefits.

First you enter a private room where you sit in a reclining massage chair and slide your feet into an attached whirlpool tub. The tub is filled with hot water and an aromatherapy foot soak to soften the skin. The whirlpool bath improves circulation and helps reduce pain and swelling.

The cuticles are then softened with a cuticle treatment, the toenails are trimmed and filed and meticulous care is taken with the cuticles to remove excess buildup.

A sea salt scrub is applied to the lower leg and gently massaged to remove dead skin cells and moisturize the skin.

The most enjoyable part of the pedicure is the  foot and leg massage. Utilizing reflexology techniques, the massage is given to relax tense, hard working muscles.

Finally, we clean up of the nail plate by removing all debris and oils left on the nail plate from the massage and prep the nail for polish application.

Health Benefits of a Pedicure

So where are the health benefits you ask?

Performing these steps insures removal of bacteria and germs around the nail plate.

Eliminates foot odor and prevents ingrown toenails and infection.

Exfoliation  encourages healthy skin cell renewal, prevents cracking and softens calluses.

Foot and leg massage utilizing reflexology techniques increases circulation, relaxes muscles and encourages healing in many parts of the body.

You gain improved skin, muscles and joints and prevention of common foot problems and infections. Overall your body relaxes when your feet become pain free and the therapeutic benefits promote a happy mood. A professional pedicure has been shown to alleviate back, hip and joint pain!

We are seeing more and more men, mostly upon their wives request, and we are thrilled they are finally OVER feeling funny about getting their feet done! We are concerned about your health and guarantee your safety by following all patron protection rules and regulations including equipment and implements protocols. We recommend a monthly pedicure to keep your feet happy and healthy all year long! We look forward to seeing you soon!

Author: Lori Halloway