FOR THE CREATIVE: DÉGRADÉ
There are two dégradé techniques. The first is shaded effect on each nail that you can get by spreading the lighter base, then three darker shades. Apply a polish with a sponge starting from the middle of the nail.
The second dégradé is like a chromatic scale. You start applying a darkest tone on your thumbs and continue reaching all the way to the little finger using ligher versions of the same color.
FOR THE MINIMALISTS: NEGATIVE SPACE
This technique in its essence is the bare nail with a contrasting black, gold, or red edge. Or you can color the base of the nail and leave the rest natural.
FOR ANTI-CONFORMISTS: UNCOORDINATED BEAUTIFUL
This is a mismatch technique, a different nail polish for each finger. You can choose any color you like.
The color of the year according to Pantone is the Living Coral, a warm orange with a hint of rose, try combining it with turquoise for the marine effect.
FOR THE SOPHISTICATED: THE NEW FRENCH
In white, the French manicure becomes transparent, the effect is super chic, as if we had drops of water on our nails. With this technique feel free to use lightly colored top coats to create the plexiglas effect.