Of course, not everyone prefers the long style. Some fashionistas wear their Milky White Nails short.
Others lop off the tips, creating the trendy in-demand “sculpted coffin” shape (halfway between luxuriously long and short-short).
In one variation, stylists apply milky white nails in half-moons, leaving the lower third of the nail base uncovered except for a transparent gel.
What requirements do you need to meet to achieve the finely manicured Milky White Nails look? First, nails need to highlight semi-opaque qualities.
Think of a moonstone or a white opal. The pale color resembles thin Powdered Milk more than Vanilla Ice Cream. This hue complements lovely white teeth to perfection.
The simplicity of a single, uniform shade appeals to anyone tired of spending extended periods of time composing colorful manicures or pedicures. The quick application process delights!
This fashion style particularly suits the Spring of Social Distancing. It won’t necessarily cost a fortune to acquire.
Proponents apply either double layers of a white colored nail polish (like Marshmellow, Alpine Snow, or Regret The Moon), or an pale acrylic powder base covered by a thin transparent gel coating.
Regardless of your preferred method for achieving Milky White Nails, you’ll want to design them keeping the effervescence of moonbeams firmly in mind.
They should impress, but not overwhelm in their brilliance. This practical, beautiful fashion won’t monopolize everyone’s attention. Yet it will earn you some well-deserved compliments!