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Can Nail Designs Be Done With Gel Polish?

Written by Tara

A sheer pink, classic red, and opaque white and black polishes are musts in your nail kit not only because they’re classics, but because they’re often used when creating nail art.

Gel nail designs have risen in the ranks, becoming one of the most popular artificial nail applications. There are a plethora of nail designs to choose from including understated, simple designs that exude classic elegance or trendy, high voltage colors and shapes that will tantalize your tips.

Generally What are 5 basic nail designs? Most clients lean toward one of five basic nail shapes: square, round, oval, squoval, or pointed. Though other blended combinations of these shapes exist, these five are the most common.

Here You Can Watch The Video 10 Easy Nail Art Designs for Beginners: The Ultimate Guide #2!

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What is required for nail art?

Grab a pen and paper and take notes on these 11 essential items every nail art addict must have in her nail kit.

  • Staple nail polishes.
  • Top coat and matte top coat.
  • Nail polish remover and cotton pads.
  • Cuticle oil and nail repair formula.
  • Scotch tape and striping tape.
  • Q tips.
  • Toothpicks.
  • Tweezers and nail file.

What is needed for nail art?

Loose Glitter You can use loose nail art glitter powder on your nails in your desired quantity for a chic look. You can create flitter french tips by applying topcoat to your nails, then dipping them in glitter pots, removing the excess using a fan brush, and sealing it by applying another layer of topcoat.

What all is needed for nail art?

Here Are the 7 Nail Art Supplies Every Manicurist Needs

  • Manicure Tweezers. You already have tweezers in your nail kit, but they’re essential for nail art.
  • Nail Art Tape.
  • Dotting Tool.
  • Thin Tip Brush.
  • Glitter Nail Polish Remover Pads.
  • Matte Topcoat.
  • Nail Polish Correcting Pen.

Is it worth doing gel nails at home?

Also, both methods take some practice to get right, but I personally think the UV curing process is easier and works a bit better. If you don’t mind spending a little extra time on your manicure, an at-home gel manicure may be a great alternative and can certainly save you some money versus going to the salon.

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I am Tara, and I am addicted to nail polishes and other beauty related things!:) Join me on my ride to paradise!