DRY MANICURE TUTORIAL | WHY NAIL TECHS CUT CUTICLES

DRY MANICURE TUTORIAL | WHY NAIL TECHS CUT CUTICLES

Happy Father’s Day weekend guys and gals!

Today I decided to film an at home dry manicure tutorial. I like to do dry manicures for gel and acrylic products. I think it helps the manicure last longer and I’ve never had any issues doing it this way for the 6+ years I’ve been licensed. If you are going to be giving yourself a regular polish manicure, definitely soak your hands in some warm soapy water, and use cuticle remover before pushing back the cuticles. That’s my recommendation.

Products used:
Primer – Young Nails Protein Bond
Base Coat – Gelish Base Coat
Color – OPI Big Apple Red & Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go?
Top Coat – KUPA No Wipe Top Coat
*As for my cuticle oil it’s a special blend that I make myself at home. I just fill the bottle 3/4 with Almond Oil, add 10 drops of Cranberry Seed Oil (which has vitamin E, antioxidants to protect your skin, and a few fatty acids like omega-3) then a few drops of lemongrass (which is antiseptic, fungicidal, and inhibits bacterial infections) and a few more drops of tea tree oil (which helps prevent bacterial infections and dry skin like eczema) Plus these scents smell amazing! Feel free to try scents that make your nose happy at home.

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