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Why do I go back to hybrid manicure after more than a year?

Last year I did a hybrid manicure regularly in a salon that worked on OPI varnishes. My favorite color was Let's be friends from the Hello Kitty collection. This mix of white and pink blends in well with the tan. With each hybrid making my nails were getting weaker, so I decided to give them up. The second reason was the rapid regrowth that appeared after a week. It is nice that my nails grow quickly, but with hybrids it is not necessarily advisable. One day I would like to learn how to make hybrids myself, this is my goal on the to-do list.

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Combined hybrid manicure

When I heard about the combined method that is used with both traditional manicures and hybrids, I decided to take a chance. Combined manicure consists in pushing, cutting and milling cuticles around the nails in order to apply a hybrid under the cuticles. Thanks to this, we get the effect of the hybrid coming out from under the skins, and regrowth occurs much later than with the traditional method of making hybrids. It is worth noting, however, that a person who performs a combined manicure must be trained, because otherwise he can easily hurt us.

What is a combined manicure and how to do it?

On Thursday I'm going to a hybrid manicure for one of the beauty salons in Gdansk. I am very curious how long it will stick on my nails. And how my nails will react to hybrids - will they be in a deplorable state again. I decided that I would be tempted to hybrids again, because the traditional varnish is not durable enough and you have to be careful about it. There is no need for hybrids. Below, I am giving you minimalist hybrid inspirations, and I will show you my pattern on Insta Stories @dpblogpl.

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hybrid delicate decoration
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Which of the suggestions do you like the most?


  1. Avatar Anonymous 29 January 2020 / 15: 22

    beautiful designs <3

  2. Avatar Anonymous 29 January 2020 / 14: 08

    cuuudne! what is more beautiful

  3. Avatar Anonymous 27 June 2017 / 21: 29

    I make hybrids myself (I have a semilac set) and this way it seems to be interesting 🙂

    • Avatar [Email protected] 28 June 2017 / 08: 04

      I would like to learn how to make hybrids, but just filing nails to make them look nice for me is an upss feat ... I think I should take a course 🙂

    • Avatar Anonymous 28 June 2017 / 22: 16

      you know what, at the beginning I was also average, but there are a lot of trainings, from what I associate it probably even semilac leads something

  4. Avatar Aleksandra Bohojło / Esencja 21 June 2017 / 07: 30

    The penultimate version appeals to me the most, although the last one is also original. I am a fan of hybrids because it is a very convenient solution. I don't like to take care of my nails, and the hybrid makes it easier 😉

    • Avatar [Email protected] 28 June 2017 / 08: 06

      I do not like it, and thanks to the hybrid I have peace for a long time. Well-groomed nails are a business card for each of us.

  5. Avatar Connect the dots 21 June 2017 / 07: 28

    Great effects, I have been gathering for some time to do something with my nails :)

    • Avatar [Email protected] 21 June 2017 / 12: 27

      I recommend a combined hybrid. I did this method of 8 nails in June, on Tuesday I go again. I do not have as much growth as with a normal hybrid. In the end I can enjoy nice claws for longer 🙂

  6. Avatar Anna Kot 14 June 2017 / 08: 35

    the first manicure seduced me <3

  7. Avatar Aleksandra Pawłowska 14 June 2017 / 05: 53

    Hmm, I haven't heard of this method but I'd be afraid to use it. The cuticles still have a protective function for the delicate nail matrix. Damage to it may result in plaque dissection / deformation and infection. Beautiful inspirations <3 in my style 🙂

    • Avatar [Email protected] 14 June 2017 / 15: 01

      You're right, that's why manicures with this method can only be performed by trained people, because it's easy to hurt someone.

      Combined hybrid manicure I have a week (exactly one week will be tomorrow) and I don't have any regrowth. With a normal hybrid manicure next Tuesday I would probably go to new hybrids.

  8. Avatar Tomek 8 June 2017 / 14: 10

    I don't know much about such issues, but I have to admit that the effects are really great!

  9. Avatar Mariola Klimowicz 8 June 2017 / 11: 44

    I like the patterns in palms the most ... because now on time ... uh ... see palm trees even on nails ... 😀

  10. Avatar Blondeworld 8 June 2017 / 08: 17

    I recently bought a milling machine and I intend to deal with it with skins. We'll see what results from it :). Beautiful inspirations, I have some on my board myself 🙂

    • Avatar [Email protected] 8 June 2017 / 13: 22

      I keep my fingers crossed for the effects! Let me know how it went 🙂 Which of them do you have on Pinterest?

  11. Avatar Classy Simple Life 7 June 2017 / 23: 16

    I was interested in your approach and I will not hide that I am waiting for the final result 😉 Personally, I have never decided on a hybrid manicure ... first of all, I have very thin nails that can literally bounce off the matrix with a stronger impact, besides they delaminate and break ... after the second one I don't really like the effect of this treatment and I wouldn't feel good with such nails ... I definitely prefer classic manicure but with my nails its effect does not last long. Recently, I have been thinking about Japanese manicure and I think I will decide to do this - greetings 🙂

    • Avatar [Email protected] 8 June 2017 / 07: 27

      Actually, I have nothing to lose. I will recover my nails if something goes wrong. And the hybrids - they're great, because you don't have to worry about anything and look nice longer.

      I did Japanese manicure, but it wasn't crazy for me. I did not notice the super nutrition or the effect after.

  12. Avatar Mama With A Pink Purse 6 June 2017 / 14: 14

    I didn't know it was called that. When I went to the living room, ladies always did. Now I make hybrids myself and get rid of skins. But I don't see any effect on regrowth. The nails grow like they have grown, neatly enveloped cuticles do not appear so quickly. But after a week I always have some 3-5 mm growth. When I went to the salon every month, it didn't irritate me so much. Now, doing it myself, I change them max every 2 weeks?

    • Avatar [Email protected] 6 June 2017 / 16: 55

      Do you also use a milling machine? I am very curious how it will work for me. It will be a great test because my nails grow very quickly. We'll see 🙂

  13. Avatar powder compact 6 June 2017 / 13: 16

    I have not heard of such a method, I am curious about the effect?

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