Your Questions About Airbrush Tips French

Posted on November 12, 2012 · Posted in Recent Airbrushing News

William asks…

For manicurists. What do I get on my real nails to make french tips last?

Ok I really love my real nails. I don’t need or want fake nails. My problem is that everytime I go in to pay for a manicure my airbrushed french tips last for about 4 days max. I’ve gotten regular polish french manicures and those last about the same amount of time. My question, Is there anything I can do or ask for at the salon to make this actually last? Is there like any type of acrylic that can be put on just to make polish last longer. I must say though I don’t want anything that’s gonna need to be filled every two weeks. I want my real nails. :( Thanks for your help.

admin answers:

Due to how acrylic is applied, you would have to get them filled every 2 weeks. You can’t apply them to just the tips, and then there is the damage they do to the real nail underneath. Airbrushed French tips use regular white paint that is covered with a clear top coat. It could be that the top coat isn’t the best quality, thus making it chip faster. Mention this to your manicurist when you go in and they may be able to use different products next time to see if they work better.

Mandy asks…

What is the difference between acrylic airbrushed tip and acrylic french manicure tip?

i want to get acrylic nails in october but what is the difference between acrylic airbrushed tip and acrylic french manicure tip? i want to get the one white the white tip.
if you can please add photo
thanks ( most detailed answer gets 10 points )

admin answers:

Airbrush is using an airbrush..
French manicure they do it themselves.

Susan asks…

what is the difference between acrylic airbrushed tip and acrylic french manicure tip?

i want to get acrylic nails in october but what is the difference between acrylic airbrushed tip and acrylic french manicure tip? i want to get the one white the white tip.

admin answers:

I applied acrylic nails and after a week my nails started turning green, even though I was careful in making sure my nails were perfectly clean before I applied the acrlic ones. The green colour is fading to yellow after I removed the falsies

I recomend getting gel nails

Gels and acrylics nails are similar because both can be used to extend the length of the nails and make them stronger and beautiful. One advantage of gels nails is that they are odorless unlike acrylic. Gels can also be applied over the natural nail or over artificial nail tips.

Hope i helped

good luck-

(:

Donald asks…

How can they cover new nail growth under french tips?

I have acrylic french tips and I can see the new nail growth now. Is there a way a salon can cover that without having to do a backfill? I have heard it can be airbrushed or something, but I haven’t found any places that do it. Any input?

admin answers:

It doesn’t really sound like there’s much else they can do besides a backfill. If you’ve heard of the airbrushing, I would suggest looking around the yellow pages to find someone who can do it for you. If you can’t, go with the backfill, or just leave the new growth visible. Chances are you’re the only one who notices it.

Daniel asks…

French manicure delima…?

i used to keep pink and white acrylic nails on all year
but i decided to give my natural nails a break and i have gotten them to grow out and become fairly strong and pretty again!

a regular polish french maincure refuses to stay on my nails for more than 3 days so i was going to see if there were any other way i can get the french manicure look without going broke or ruining my nails

i was thinking of airbrushed french tips but idk how long airbrush would last
and i’ve also heard about something called silk wraps but i know nothing about them

admin answers:

YOU CAN DO IT AT HOME! Why pay 20 bucks for one?

Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7oajHj_Mvo&feature=channel_page

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