DIY – Nail Art

Nails Design

Manicure Types

These manicure types offer a diverse range of styles, techniques, and finishes to suit every preference and occasion.

Click each one for detailed tutorials on how to create them.

  1. Classic Manicure: Includes nail shaping, cuticle care, hand massage, and nail polish application.

  2. French Manicure: Features a natural nail look with white tips and a sheer pink or nude base.

  3. Gel Manicure: Uses a gel-based nail polish that is cured under a UV or LED lamp for long-lasting wear.

  4. Shellac Manicure: Similar to a gel manicure but uses a specific brand of gel polish known for its durability and shine.

  5. Dip Powder Manicure: Involves dipping nails into a colored powder to create a durable and long-lasting manicure.

  6. Acrylic Manicure: Utilizes liquid monomer and acrylic powder to create artificial nail extensions or overlays.

  7. Paraffin Manicure: Includes a paraffin wax treatment to soften and moisturize the hands and cuticles.

  8. Spa Manicure: Offers an extended pampering experience with additional treatments such as exfoliation, masques, and extended massage.

  9. Matte Manicure: Features a non-glossy finish for a modern and sophisticated look.

  10. Nail Art Manicure: Incorporates creative designs, patterns, and embellishments to customize and enhance the appearance of the nails.

  1. American Manicure: Similar to a French manicure but with a softer, more natural-looking white tip.

  2. Reverse French Manicure: Features a colored or patterned base with a neutral or contrasting color on the tips.

  3. Ombré Manicure: Creates a gradient effect on the nails, transitioning from one color to another seamlessly.

  4. Marble Manicure: Mimics the appearance of marble stone with swirling patterns and colors on the nails.

  5. Water Marble Manicure: Involves dipping nails into a water bath with floating nail polish to create unique designs.

  6. Stiletto Manicure: Shapes the nails into a pointed or almond shape for a dramatic and edgy look.

  7. Coffin Manicure: Shapes the nails into a square shape with tapered ends, resembling the shape of a coffin.

  8. Almond Manicure: Shapes the nails into an oval shape with pointed tips for an elegant and elongating effect.

  9. Short Manicure: Keeps the nails trimmed short and neat for a low-maintenance and practical look.

  10. Long Manicure: Features longer nail lengths, often with extensions or overlays, for a glamorous and statement-making appearance.

  11. Natural Manicure: Embraces the natural shape and length of the nails with minimal grooming and polish.

  12. Vintage Manicure: Draws inspiration from retro styles and eras, featuring classic designs and colors reminiscent of past decades.

  13. Chrome Manicure: Incorporates metallic or chrome powders to achieve a reflective, mirror-like finish on the nails.

  14. Textured Manicure: Adds dimension and tactile interest to the nails with textured polishes or embellishments like beads, sequins, or caviar.

  15. Magnetic Manicure: Utilizes magnetic nail polish to create mesmerizing patterns and designs with the help of a magnet.

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