How to make Baby Boomer nails?

By: Maryton

Most manicures aren’t done the same way. Everyone has their own technique, the one with which they feel most comfortable, and therefore there are several techniques for doing Baby Boomer nails. Keep reading!

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 layers of nude or light pink varnish on the nails.

3. Put a small amount of “white gel paint” on a piece of aluminum foil, then use a small sponge pad and pat the front end of each nail up half way up. this one to create a fade effect.

4. Then start again, but this time stop at the quarter of the nail, and finish with a layer of transparent “top coat”, just to make everything shine.

On nails with gel extension:

1. After preparing and disinfecting the nails.

2. Have the templates at the end of each finger.

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

4. Create the shape of the nail (square, ballerina, almond…) and a curved effect.

5. Use a white gel and a buffer to make the gradient at the end of the nails.

6. And finishes with a shiny top coat.

Now that you’ve know how to make Baby Boomer nails, you can use gentle manicure kits to begin your manicure! If you don’t have nail tools, you can visit our nail supply store.

Read also: What Is The Baby Boomer Nail?

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