The years go by, fashions follow one another, but the French manicure is always in trend and, depending on the various declinations, it lends itself to “dressing” the hands in various circumstances. In fact, French nails are perfect for having perfect hands (and even feet) every day, but also on special occasions, such as a romantic dinner up to the wedding day. The French manicure was born in the 70s thanks to Jeff Pink, the founder of Orly (an internationally renowned Californian company) as well as the one who gave the green light to the use of acrylic, establishing himself as one of the greatest innovators in terms of products and nail trends. To meet the needs of shooting Hollywood films, Pink created this particular type of manicure that can easily adapt to any change of scene, light, dress, but also, possibly, hairstyle and make-up. Why, then, did she get the name of French manicure if she was born in the United States? The answer is simple. Pink soon made a trip to France to attend a high fashion show, where this revolutionary nail look was particularly appreciated. Since then it has been a continuous rise for French nails, which over the years has shaped itself to various fashions, with different colors and decorations.
French nails white gradient
White is a classic and timeless color. French nails have long been a customer favorite, although not all nail artists willingly commit to drawing it due to the relative difficulty of removing elements. It belongs to the category of universal techniques suitable for special occasions, formal receptions and for everyday use. Great for short and long nails, it will be appropriate on both a narrow and a wide nail plate, but the ability of the master to correctly determine the appropriate thickness of a smile and the length of its antennae is more important here, so that it is perceived harmoniously on the “short ones”. The idea of the gradient is ideal for making white more chic and trendy. Breaking with traditional tastes never hurts. The use of other colors, suitable for the hold season, is also allowed.