New cereal Yuki!
The trend, which quickly wins fans, appeared at the end of 2016.
Yuuki is another type of pigment in the form of flakes for nail design. Unlike conventional tirki, which gives a monolithic shining surface, it is placed in different ways, and this is the main charm! "Yuki" in Japanese means "snow". Wonderful cereal does look like snow, only painted in all colors of the rainbow.
Pressed pigment presented in the form of thin plates of different sizes and shapes, and can be rubbed into outer flakes for nails Yuki got nicknames – mica, foil, chameleon.
They can be applied in different ways:
- to finish with no sticky layer
on a regular top, removing the dispersion
- on the finish with a sticky layer
- on colored gel varnishes without having to remove the stickiness.
Cause flakes – chameleon finger, a sponge, a pencil for the rhinestone and tassel patting or rubbing movements. These methods give different textures.
With Yuki you need to be extremely careful, because weightless "mica" shatters from the slightest of air. So that even breathing near them will have to be careful!
A big plus Yuki is that they can be put on nails without thickening. In contrast to those same kamimusubi, "the chameleon" won't have to drown in the ocean base and top. Pieces of Yuki can be hidden under a couple layers of finish and top to decorate other elements.
The design of the "Cereal Yuki" is a space fantasy without any limitation. Yuki is a godsend for holiday release, Nightclubs and new year madness. And even the most ordinary day will make a little more bright manicure with holographic flakes.
Искусство маникюра пришло к нам настолько давно, что уже, наверно, и не вспомнить его истоков. Еще
Correctionusing nail to "repair" artificial turf, which aims to add material on the regrown area, changing the design