The year 2012 sees the vintage manicure explode on the front of the stage beauty. What is this type of manicure? How cut her nails way vintage and adopt what color? Cosmo book you the secrets of this manicure at the height of beauty 2012 trends!
To be sharp to the end of the nail, we adopt this manicure that takes back us with delight in the series of our childhood. Let it be said, 2012 will be the year of the vintage nail or won’t!
- Vintage manicure, what is it?
Vintage manicure is a type of manicure modelled on the 1960s: a manicure that part cut almond-shaped nails and elegant colors.
- What colors for a vintage manicure?
Peggy Sage, creator of Nail Polish since 1925, shows us the way by launching a range of colors called “vintage”: mainly the sober colors, such as Garnet, bordeaux, old pink or brown.
- What form of nails for a vintage manicure?
Cynthia, Peggy Sage manicure expert from Bridgat, gives us an express manicure vintage course for nail art design.
-Firstly, let a little push her thin nails to have a good length of nails.
-Once the nails are long enough, take a soft lime for natural nails (a lime in ceramic or a lime cardboard. Avoid metal files which damage nails!) and give your nails this famous almond shaped.
-Depoussierez the nail by applying a cotton of solvent, and then apply the color “vintage” of your choice (not to mention the essential duo base coat / top coat )).
To complete your look, you can find a red lipstick in a complementary shade than your Polish.
Be sure to show us the result!