Do It Yourself French Manicure in Minutes

French Manicure
The French Manicure is officially back, but this time with a colourful, geometric, and minimalist twist. This playful take on the traditional and elegant French Manicure could be the solution for your Autumn/Winter nail chic!

The Mavala French Manicure set is the perfect way to ease yourself into the trend. This cute set includes shades White, Beige and a Minute Quick Finish. The neutral colours are timely and timeless – they tie in beautifully with today’s natural, healthy look in makeup and goes with every colour in your wardrobe!

Mavala French Manicure Set €9.99
Mavala French Manicure White Set €9.99

Reverse French Nails: Instead of applying colour to the tips of the nail, try this eclipse design and apply White in a crescent shape along the cuticles. A simple yet edgy take on the classic French manicure.

Mavala Quick Finish White
Mavala Quick Finish White

 

French Line: This minimal design emulates French restraint but is also in-keeping with modern minimalism. It’s easy – just position the Sticker Guide at the top of the nail bed and another on the tip of the nail leaving a thin guide to trace a White line. Très chic!

Mavala Quick Finish Top Coat
Mavala Quick Finish Reno

 

Marbled Tips. Position a Sticker Guide on each nail to set the limits of the free edge you wish to highlight. Apply base coat to tips. Dot small amounts of Beige on top then reapply White in dots, using a detail brush to swirl the colours into an organic free-form shape.

Mavala Quick Finish Clear
Mavala Quick Finish Clear

Don’t forget to apply the Minute Quick Finish €4.95 on top of your designs to dry your nail enamel in seconds and provide a brilliant shine to your nails.

Mavala is available in pharmacies nationwide

 

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