As round nails become increasingly popular, these pink-flavored nails should be a hit at any nail salon for Valentine’s Day .
Even though Oksana Cobb is a big fan of stilettos, it’s hard for her to wear the long and pointed extensions because of her work in the salon. So she came up with a design that is equally as impressive, but with a softer free edge. Here’s how she does them.
1. Sculpt a round-shaped nail with a nude colored powder.
2. File the sculptured nail with a 100 to 180-grit file and then with a 220 to 240-grit file to give it a distinctive oval shape. Apply a pearl pink nail polish stripe, then a snowy white nail polish right below the pearl pink.
3. Use silver nail art polish with a thin brush to go over the edge of the pearl pink on either side. Let it dry for at least three minutes, and apply UV top coat for a finished gloss look and nail protection.