Guide to Creating a Bimbo
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Only few women can grow their nails to a favourable length. Therefore, it is most likely the nails must be done in an according studio. This fact suits a bimbo well, since it is one of her characteristics that an aura of fake, artificial and plastic is created. Give the acrylic nails preference over gel nails! They look more false, which is a wanted effect. In addition, the bimbo trainee has to attend a salon and suffer the humiliation of the public appearance.
There are five aspects to consider, when it comes to sculpturing the perfect fingernails:
There is no exact correct nail length. Though, a beginner should start with an exceeding half inch, which is not really long. As the training progresses, the length should be increased to a full inch and perhaps even beyond.
Unlike the length, the perfect shape can be defined quite clearly. It is something
For a bimbo, a solid or full coat is wanted. French manicure should be avoided. Also nail art does not fit to a bimbo. We want to create the overall impression of cheap and fake. There, some art is completely out of place, and would draw to wrong attention.
Anyway, my favourite nail colour is a neon nail polish, which is so intense it nearly hurts your eyes when looking at it. This is the ultimate
It is obvious, that the fingernails of the bimbo must be glossy and shiny. A dull coat would just ruin that great effect, we want to achieve. So do use a very shiny top coat of gloss!
Of course, also the toe nails of the bimbo must be painted all of the time. The same colour of the fingernails can be used. It is also allowed, that the toe nails are painted in a bit darker red, something like a cherry red, or perhaps with a slight shade of purple; not too dark though. Do consider, neon nail polish fits better to the fingernails. That is where we primarily want the attention to be drawn. So never paint the toe nails in a more striking colour than the fingernails!
Last update on 5 March 2017