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.
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.
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.