A fab way to incorporate some iridescent flakes into your design to create these gorgeous new years eve nails. Starting off with a base of Soho Gel Polish, cure and then dab into some Magic Iridescent Flakes. Matte Top Coat your flakes and cure. Using Mirror Chrome Detail Paint and a D4 Brush create the outline of the glass, create the base of the glass by drawing an oval and cure. Using Angelique Gel Polish, lightly shade the inside of the glass on one side and then cure. Use the mirror chrome detail paint to create a small v within the top of the glass to create the illusion of the glass having some drink in it. Use a dotting tool to dot around the glass with the chrome paint and use your brush to pull lines out to create stars, cure. Finish with Top Coat and cure.
The Countdown Clock
The perfect way to countdown into the New Years! Your nail art loving clients will be sure to try this cute design out. Apply Mirror Chrome Detail paint all over to create the base and cure for 60 seconds. Create a large circle with White Magic Gel Polish and cure. Use a dotting tool and D4 brush in the white circle using Black Magic Gel Polish. Do this top, bottom, left and right and using the D4 drag out to a point – repeat this on the outside of the clock. Draw lines where the hours would be and on the outside dot black magic all of the way around the clock and put a line through to connect them to create a chain line effect. Outline the clock with black magic and apply clock hands. You can add some extra details with the the mirror chrome details paint – cure. Apply Top Coat and cure.
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