How to make Baby Boomer nails?

In fact, there are several ways to do Baby Boomer nails. Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will tell you how to make Baby Boomer nails in this article.

Here are some techniques:

On natural nails in semi-permanent varnish:

1. After pushing back the cuticles and filing the nails to give them the desired shape.

2. Apply two coats of basecoat on all nails. Then degrease the nails.

3. Apply a small amount of “white gel paint” using a sponge and tap the end of each nail up to half of it, trying to degrade halfway up to create fade effect.

4. Then start again until you get the desired white, and finish with a layer of milky “top coat” to make everything shine.

On nails with gel extension:

1. After preparing and disinfecting the nails.

2. Place stencils on each fingertip.

3. Using a colored builder gel spread from the middle to the tip and the cuticle.

4. Create the shape of the nail and a curved effect.

5. Use a white gel paint and a Baby Boomer sponge to make the famous gradation at the end of the nails.

6. Finish with a shiny top coat or milky extension for an even more intense fade.

Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I also advise you to invest in a complete professional manicure set to care for your nails!

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