Ombre nails are actually the blending of two shades of colours on the nails. The feature of ombre nails is two colours smoothly graduating into one another. It’s a very popular nail look since it has a fancy and yet a subtle look to it. The feature of gradience is particularly striking to ones eyes especially when done with a dark and light colour brushing together. However, the ombre can also be done with different type of textures like the glitter, matte and chrome.
Ombre can actually be done in many different ways. It can be either the process where the artist uses a sponge to blend the two nail paints for the gradience affect. the nail technician can also create an ombre effect using mediums like gel, acrylic, or dip powder; whichever is their preferred material for making the nails is. These mediums are slightly trickier as compared to just the paint but actually will last much longer and look incredible.
The ombre nails are popular as discussed earlier, but the in-today’s reference they are also very wearable. The ombre nails are subtle, stylish, sophisticated and mature in some sense. These nails are extremely simple to make and yet look fancy if intended to wear that way.
How to make nude ombre nails for beginners?
Step 1- the first step is to prepare the nail which includes trimming the nails, shaping, pushing the cuticles and then cutting those.
Step 2 – the next step is the add the two colours on the nail, adding the darker shade on the top end and the lighter on the inner; or the reverse order if the ombre is suppose to be from light to dark.
Step 3 – after the application of two colours, blending tools like a sponge or a brush is used to blend the two colours, bring about a gradience to the nail.
Step 4 – since the ombre is done now, the last step is to work it off by applying a top coat on it. The ombre nails are all ready to rock!
The shades used for ombre: Nude Ombre Nails
The ombre looks very pretty in every shade, though the most popular ones are the nude shades. The nude ombre nails are quite trendy and suitable for multiple occasions. These Shades can eb wore to weddings and on weddings, they look very natural and not too outstanding. The nude brings out the classiness to a person.
The nude colours are shades of peach and pink which look extremely natural i,e, they look very similar to real nail colours.
The ombre effect is generally created with a shade of nude with white or two shades of nudes, one darker than the other.
These ombres can be wore on any nail length and shape, the ombre affect really pops out in almonds nails though. Yet they are highly supportive of other nails too.
The complex ombre
The ombre nails can be created with gel / acrylic too. The brush is dipped in a solution and then is dipped in the powder, it develops into a paste like structure, this is applied on the nail and then the same is repeated with a darker powder. Both these are blended together gently.