Posted September 09, 2019 05:06:00It’s the summer of the color, and that means it’s time for another edition of our gel manicuring guide.
There are tons of ways to get the most out of your manicure and it’s important to choose the right color for your body, but let’s look at a few key considerations.
First, a gel manicurist should be familiar with the basic concepts of color theory and how they apply to their job.
Color theory is a broad concept that goes beyond the basics of color, like color saturation, hue, and intensity.
It also applies to skin tone, which means that a gel stylist can apply color to areas that may have a tint of a different color, such as reds, oranges, yellows, blues, or greens.
The color of your gel is the key to the entire look, so gel manicurs should know how to apply it, and how to avoid using it.
The other key to choosing a gel is to know what your needs are, and what you’re looking for in a color.
There is no right color, but gel and powder colors are commonly used for a variety of purposes, from a touch of sparkle to a slightly off-white finish.
In addition, there are a few different brands of gel that are available for different purposes.
Some of these brands can be found on the internet, others you may need to buy on your own.
In general, gel and liquid colors are more affordable, but they do not offer as many benefits as powder or gel colors.
If you’re new to gel, start by learning the basics.
Next, start with a basic gel manicured face.
Make sure your gel doesn’t contain any oil or any other makeup ingredients, and use it sparingly.
If it does, you can use it on a lighter base to highlight your eyes and highlight the area around your eyes.
For the same reason, use it as an accent color on darker skin tones, and apply it as a bolder base for a more intense effect.
You can also use it to highlight other areas of your skin, like your forehead or cheeks, for a darker effect.
Finally, consider using a gel-based blush as your first and final layer of makeup.
While gel is great for highlighting and adding sparkle, you may find it too intense for a blush that you can apply sparingly, or you may want to add more of a blush to make your face pop more.
Once you’ve tried out a few types of blush, you’ll likely want to experiment with different colors to find one that suits your skin tone and your style.
Finally as an added bonus, if you’re wearing a gel, you should also use the product on your lips to highlight them and add a little extra definition to your lips.
Use a color that’s bright and vibrant, and then apply it to your cheekbones to accentuate your cheek bones.
It’s also a great way to add color to your eyes or your cheeks, as it can make your eyes pop more, and it adds a little dimension to your look.