The trend of the nineties is back: Everyone wants French nails now! But not in the way you might think now. Because the classic French nails get a modern update and should even convince critics.
Opinions are divided on French nails: some are happy that the trend is back, others prefer it to disappear quickly. Because although French nails are among the more inconspicuous nail designs, they now often look old-fashioned. Especially when the nail tips are as white as the business shirts of our bank advisor. Variants with colored lacquer or - brand new - the "reverse" variant prove that there is another way. And that's what beauty fans all over the world really love.
"Reverse" means nothing other than "reversed". With this nail polish trend, the tip of the nail is not painted with a thin line, but the area between the lunula and cuticle. And that looks really elegant. Who would have thought that such a small detail could have such a big impact?
Admittedly, this nail polish trend requires a steady hand, but you can really let off steam when it comes to color. How about, for example, fresh spring colors such as apricot, coral, lemon yellow, or mint? The best way to get the narrow line is with these particularly thin brushes.