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5 Fab Manicures

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5 Fab Manicures

Runways aren’t just about sweeping gowns and designer jeans anymore. Nowadays runways also act as showcases for the latest trends in nail art. Although they are simple enough to do on your own, your nails can be transformed into runway-inspired accessories that up your style like nothing else. So, dig out your polish collection and get ready lacquer, because we’ve got five fab nail looks you’re going to want try.

Shiny-Matte French Manicure

Fresh off the Angel Sanchez runway, this stunning look offers a fresh take on the classic French manicure. These nails are perfect for those who prefer a more natural look as a muted palette is used. To get this look, simply apply a base coat followed by two coats of polish in a glossy pink shade. Wait a full five minutes after each coat to ensure it is dry before adding another layer. Follow the edge of the nail in a slightly darker pink shade for a sweet and subtle effect that catches the eye. But you’re not done yet. Seal the polish off with a topcoat to extend the wear of your manicure.

Not-So-Perfect Half-Moon

Right on trend with the color-blocking phenomenon, this bold nail look is sure to win you a boatload of compliments. The fact that the half-moon is purposefully flawed should reduce any anxiety you may feel about creating perfectly crisp curvatures. To give your nails that “artsy” attitude, apply two layers of the polish of your choice and allow them to dry. Then, opt for a contrasting polish to really make your nails pop. Paint on the half-moon by starting from the middle of the nail, rather than from the cuticle. This way, you’ll end up with the fuzzy edges that make this style so unique.

Retro Colorblock

For those of you who go completely gaga for retro-inspired looks, this look’s for you. This trend was inspired by Mark Rothko’s paintings with a dash of 80′s aesthetics. Simply paint a glossy black stripe over the polish of your choice, starting from the center of the nail and seal with a topcoat. The retro color palette consists of muted brights, so go for a dull magenta, violet, or turquoise.

White-Out

White nails are trending on all the spring runways, and they’re also preppy, fresh and office-appropriate. To achieve this sleek look as seen at the Karen Walker show, two coats of milk-white polish are layered over a basecoat, and finished off with a matte topcoat. What you’re left with is a crisp clean look that will take you from day to night.

Diagonal Pop Color

With spring just around the corner, it’s time to pull those brights out from the back of your closet. A polish in any glossy bright hue will work to bring out the color accents in your outfit. To get the perfect diagonal, simply place a piece of tape diagonally across the nail-tip and paint in the area with your polish for a pop of color.

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Coffee in a French press

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Out of all the possible ways of coffee brewing, brewing in a French press is one of the easiest, inexpensive and convenient methods. In this article describes how to best choose this device, use and make it strong, delicious coffee Caffee Vero.What is the French press? French press is a device for the preparation of different drinks, but originally it was created just for coffee. French-press consists of a cylinder made of glass, but sometimes made of metal or plastic and cover equipped with a plug, which moves the screen up and down inside the cylinder. Sieve serves as a filter ground coffee, by pressing it to the bottom of the tank, so that you can enjoy the brewed coffee without its particles.How to choose French-press These devices are available in a wide range of prices and quality levels, as well as with additional functions. In the General case, it is not necessary to give preference to the cheaper models, as in spite of the fact that they are well, they can’t stand prolonged use and easy to breakdown. But do not buy the most expensive French press. Elite French-press, as a rule, have a high price, thanks to his name brand, as well as the fact that they have an unusual design. Such products do not offer any functional advantages in comparison with a good middle French press. The press of good quality can be found in stores kitchen goods, large specialised stores, and even in some stores selling coffee.

Preparation of coffee Caffee Vero in a French press

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Preparation of coffee Caffee Vero in a French pressStep 1: Need to grind the coffee beans Unlike some espresso and other coffee drinks, coffee in a French press is very easy to prepare. The first thing that you need to grind the coffee. Grain should be coarsely ground, no matter if after grinding remain large particles. Try to use a part-time tablespoon for every two cups of water, placed in a French press. Thus, if your device can hold six cups of water, add in there about three tablespoons of coffee. You can adjust this number according to your taste, but the option is also good. If you prefer to skip this step, you can buy ground coffee in the Internet-shop (advise, Caffee Vero Selezione’oro, Moka d’oro or Extra Arabica).Step 2: Add water Put ground coffee into the empty French press. To make sure that the coffee gives saturated taste, add a small amount of cold water and stir well.

Let the coffee settle down in cold water until you heated sufficient quantity of water for in the press. Do not heat the water in the machine itself. The best thing is to warm up the water on the stove e. At that, it should not boil. The easiest way to make sure that the water is not too hot, is to let the water rather hot, but before I filled her, wait a minute or two, so that she cooled down. After that, pour in the French-press coffee water, cover it with a lid.Step 3: Brewing and enjoy! During the coffee brewing, make sure that the sieve is located at the top of the French press. This will allow the Sands of coffee float freely in the water for proper seal. However, after careful that it was omitted firmly down – it is necessary for the preservation of taste. Brewing coffee Caffe Vero within five minutes, then completely push down the plunger down. After that, you can immediately pour the ready to drink the Cup. Even not having coffee machines, you have the opportunity to brew coffee in a French press and enjoy the unsurpassed taste!