Milk-white materials have been extremely popular lately, but what is the difference between them, what can these materials be used for, and which material should we choose for the given technique?
Our two new milky white building gels can be used in a variety of ways, and by taking advantage of the small differences, they can become our ideal companions.
Milky White Soft is a cold white, slightly softer, self-spreading gel, which makes it perfect for non-filing techniques. It spreads very quickly and easily, takes the desired shape in seconds, and is ideal for shorter and medium-length nails.
Latte White Jelly is also cold white in color and has a slightly thicker texture, which allows us to apply a larger amount of material to longer nails without the gel running out of place.
Milk white full nail
The entire nail can be built or filled with a milky white material, thus making use of the material's property that it fades nicely when thinned next to the cuticle, and covers the thicker parts perfectly, thus covering the natural free wind line.
In the case of the softer version of the baby boomer, we use a restrained, milky white gel in the area of the free wind, and we wash the nail bed colored material on it, so we get a beautiful natural color effect. Baby Boomers are still conquering! in our article entitled, we collected the most important information about this color gradient technique.
The glitters look beautiful next to the milky white jelly, and the color transition created between them will create a really beautiful, understated, yet spectacular effect. A milky white substance washed over the top of the glitter will create an eerie shimmer, and the glitter washed over the top of the white will result in more defined glittery nails.
By combining the milky white material with gel polish colors or colored gels, we can create an extremely interesting latte ombre effect. You can choose light pastel colors or brighter pigmented colors, you can make perfect use of the special properties of milky white materials with softer pigmentation, and you can easily create color transitions.
Milk white French
The more restrained white color can also be boldly chosen for French nails, so we can create a natural French effect, where the white is not blindingly chalk white, but still covers well, and we can get a cool white free edge. Ideal for those who like a well-groomed and natural effect.
Milk white nail bed
An extreme effect, yet extremely spectacular, when the nail bed extension is created not with a cover, but with a milky white material. The milky-white building gels are perfectly suitable for this, as they perfectly cover the smile line area, and by blending in the direction of the cuticle, we can easily create the transition.
The milky white materials can be used really well during salon work, they can be combined extremely well with chrome powders, unicorn powders, mermaid powders, and we should definitely try them with matte lids in addition to traditional light gels.