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The Negative Space Nail

As a trendy modern nail art style, negative space nails have become more and more popular in recent years. Have you heard of this style of nail art? Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will explain everything to you in this article. Just keep reading!

So-called negative space nails refer to leaving certain parts of the nail uncolored, creating a design that incorporates the natural color of the nail into the overall look. Negative space nails are available not only in patterns such as geometric shapes, stripes, dots and florals, but also in different color combinations and textures such as matte and glossy finishes.

One of the advantages is that it is easy to maintain. Unlike traditional nail art, which requires intricate designs and layers of polish, this look often only requires a single coat of polish or a few strategically placed dots or lines. This means it’s a great option for those who want to experiment with nail art but don’t have the time or patience for more complicated designs.

Another benefit is that it can help make your nails look longer. By leaving part of the nail unpainted, you create the illusion of greater length, which can be especially beneficial for those with shorter or narrow nails. Indirectly, it can also help elongate your fingers and make your hands look thinner.

3 PCS Disposable Individually Packed Nail Manicure Sets
3 PCS Disposable Individually Packed Nail Manicure Sets 

To create negative spaced nails, start by preparing your nails as you would any other manicure. Apply a base coat to protect your nails and help the polish adhere better, then choose your color(s) and start polishing. You can either leave a specific part of the nail unpainted or use masking tape or stencils to create more intricate designs. Finish with a top coat to help your polish last longer and add shine.

Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I also advise you to invest in some professional manicure sets to prep your nails before you start.

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