How to Add Sand to a Beach Nail Design | DIY Nail Art

How to Add Sand to a Beach Nail Design | DIY Nail Art


So for the next step we’re going to add sand
to the beach now in a Ruffian French. Now the Ruffian French is at the cuticle as
opposed to the tip. So the idea is to paint your little shore
at the base of the nail. Then you take the finger and you stick it
into the cup. You tilt it in. You get good, firm pressure and then it will
stick, of course if you use nail art sealer. So you want to apply nail art sealer before
and after. Nail art sealer is also a nail art bonder. It’s all the same nail art top coat family. Unlike a traditional Ruffian these lines do
not have to be perfect, because the shore can be jagged. You can later manipulate it with your orange
stick, so don’t be too worried about laying down the perfect shape. Okay, one, two, three, four, five, I think
that should be good. So then we go in and seal it on top one more
time, my nail art topcoat. Then if you’re like, “Well, I would have liked
more sand on that,” you can dip your orange stick into the sand, pick some up and place
it in.

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