In this tutorial, we are going to talk about nail restoration using nail powder. This video is provided by Mrs. Tamara Bahri. If you’re interested in joining our classes, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 09367007399.
Greetings. I’m Tamara Bahri, and today I want to show you how to restore powder nails.
First, remove or reduce the existing material on the nail using a scrub. Move your hand fast to avoid burning the client’s nail. Next, use your scrub to get rid of the cuticles. If there is air under the nail, use the previous scrub to vent the air. The nail I’m working on doesn’t have any air infusion problems or tip lines to be removed. Add a few vertical lines on the nail as well.
Apply anti-fungus to the nails. Add a little product to your brush and get rid of the excess. Then add the product to the point where the tip has been added to the nail. Clean your brush and start tapping the nail slowly to widen and form the product. Play with the powder a little for it to start contracting and then brush it toward the end of the nail. Add the product one millimeter from the root and use your brush to move it back and forth. When you’re done adding the product, wait a while for it to dry. Look at the nail from the side and if the client wants the nail to have a curve, add a little more product to the middle. If the client wants the nail to be straight on the surface, then you can remove the curve during scrubbing. Use the wide side of the brush to form the product. We’ve finished adding the product. We’re going to start scrubbing the nail when it’s completely dry.
We are now at the point where we can start scrubbing. Use the scrub from left to right. Try to make the area close to the root a little thinner. Use a hand-held scrub to form the tip of the nail. Make sure not to injure the client’s hand. You can touch the nail to find the places with bumps or scratches. Do not scrub the top of the nail too much. If you want to make a straight surface on the nail, you have to look at the nail from the front. Use your scrub to work around the nail and make it look round.
After buffing and polishing, add a little cuticle oil to the nail. Our restoration process is finished, and we used jewels to decorate the work.
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