Hello, my dear! I’m really glad to see you on my channel again! Well girls, today is a new tutorial! Let’s go! Today we will work with a very interesting type of hands. As you already know about my dislike for manicure and various cuticle processing. And a client came to me with such a problem. She picks herself the skin around the nails. As soon as she does not have extended nails, then she begins with her natural nails to pick open all the skin to such sores. Accordingly, it is very difficult to work with such hands. What is this difficulty? Imagine, because you know that I will file nails in any case, and file nails on such hands is quite problematic. All because there are open wounds. Accordingly, we need to minimize the process of filing nails. In addition to this, our work is complicated by the fact that it is curl nails and we need to lower them down. And so are quite large lateral borders of the nails. In general, we need to take into account all these nuances in working with these hands and make such nails that will look good on these hands. We put the form as usual. In this case, we put the form for working with acrylatic. Why do we use this material? Because it is this material that will allow us to minimize filing of nails in the area of the cuticle. In this case, I decided to simulate nails with acrylatic in two stages. First, I will make the substrate, and then I will lay out all the necessary amount of material. I do this in order to lay out the material as clearly as possible. And as usual, we need to pinch the laid out shape of the nails. We pinch the material for 10 seconds of curing, because we need to give the nails an arched shape, and we also need to pinch the growth points of the natural nail free edge so that we don’t over-file this later. The main (rough) filing of nails we do using milling cutter. We remove the main material. And we just have to make a couple of movements with a nail file. Next, we polished the skin around the nails. Polishing took me more an hour and a half. Therefore, for me it was the most difficult case. It was very difficult for me to work with these hands, but nevertheless I did my best for what I was able to do with these hands. And then we move on to design. In this case, the client chose a painted black French. We draw French first with an angled brush, and then with a thin brush I draw a line of a smile. In fact, I would not do this, because I can paint French with a angled brush. But my brush lost its shape and with its help it is not possible to draw a perfectly beautiful smile line. So I have to use a thin brush. And in this case, as you can see, the small white stains on acrylatic remain on the remaining nails. This happened because I pinched nails late. But in this case, we hide these stains under the line of a smile, they do not affect the wearability of nails. Therefore, do not worry about it, because we will visually hide it. Nails on the ring fingers, we completely cover with the gel polish. On these nails we will do the design. In this case, as a design, the client wanted to make a sculpting. We are making sketches for our future flowers. In this case, we will draw roses. To do this, we simply draw red circles. Next, we will make gold leaves using the pigment casting technique. Then we cover the nails with the top coat, and then we begin to sculpt roses. As you know, in order for us to do pigment casting, we need to cover the surface with a top coat and buff it. In this case, a matte top coat will not a suitable, because the pigment can rub into it. And we need to buff the surface of the glossy top coat. Because only in this case the pigment is rubbed only in the places we need, and in all other places it will not be rubbed. If you buff the surface of the nail and then rub the nail with the cleanser, there is such a possibility that pigment may also rub into the cleanser. Therefore, we shake off the dust with a brush and draw the elements on which we will do pigment casting. Further, as I said earlier, we covered the nails with top coat. And we begin to make sculpting. In this case, we will use plasticine gel. We take a ball of material and distribute with a thin layer in the area of our sketches. That is, we have a painted red circle, this will be our rose. We place plasticine on this prepared circle. We will only have to divide this circle into petals, and then smooth each petal with a brush. As I told you more than once, the quality of the molding depends on the quality of smoothing the material. The more specific, the more beautiful, the more accurately you smooth each petal with a brush, the more beautiful and thin your flower will turn out. I have an online course on sculpting with gel plasticine. If any of you are interested in this, then you can find the link in the description. Please note, there is another nuance. We need to smooth the petals with the brush that can be used in the cleanser. In this case, I use kolinsky brush. You can also find a link to this brush in the description. I had a live broadcast in which I talked about brushes. I talked about the types of brushes, about caring for them.