Neon French Smile Line Nail Art
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Today I decided to do my own nails as it was way overdue.
I started filming my right hand, so don’t judge too harshly as I’m right-handed.
I already filed off the old product and started by filling the shape.
I then went in with my cuticle pusher and pushed back my cuticles.
I then took my e-file with my diamond drill bit and cleaned my nail plate of any dead skin.
After that, I used my medium grit sanding band, at a very low speed to prep the nail plate,
and get rid of any remaining product.
When done, I used a nail brush with sanitiser to get rid of the majority of dust.
Then I wiped the nails clean with a lint-free wipe and sanitiser.
I dehydrated my nails using bond it, after which I applied two layers of a
rubber gel base coat to my nails and cured it in between layers.
then promotes adhesion to the natural nail.
I then wiped each nail with gel residue wipe off solution,
and started applying the acrylic beginning on my left pinky finger.
I used neon pink, coral, biscuit, neon yellow, neon green and glow purple.
All from planet nails except the yellow.
I used biscuit to create a smile line on my middle and ring fingers.
I applied neon pink on the rest of my left hand and coral on the same
fingers of my right hand.
After the acrylic dried I filed the shape of the smile lines
to get them crisp and perfect.
I then added the front colours of my French nails,
yellow and green on the left hand and purple and pink on the right.
I then went in with clear acrylic, and capped the solid colours on my pinkies,
index fingers and thumbs.
After I filed the nails, I cleaned them and used my striping brush and
metallic silver liner gel to outline the smile lines.
After curing the liner gel for 60 seconds, I applied
the no wipe top coat from planet nails.
And there you have it, the result. I hope you enjoyed the video.
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