The milk bath photoshoot trend has blown up on social media. It consists of filling a bathtub with milk and adding flowers and other decorations. Some nail techs have taken the idea to their manicures. Nail tech Armanie Sanders from Kansas City, Missouri, uses real flowers to create hers. To start the design, she lays a thin layer of colored acrylic for the base. Next, she adds the real dried flowers to the nail. After the flowers are arranged, she adds another thin layer of acrylic to get a milky look. After that, she shapes the nail and adds a final gel top coat to seal everything in.
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‘Milk Bath’ Nail Design Uses Real Dried Flowers