Summer Swirl Nail Art Tutorial (for Deborah Milano Beauty Club)

Summer Swirl Nail Art Tutorial (for Deborah Milano Beauty Club)


Hi, Youtubes welcome to a new video for the Deborah Milano Beauty Club And I received their new gel effect nail polishes, so I was really happy with them, and I saw a yellow polish So of course my first nail art is going to be with the yellow polish because I liked them so much And I’m just going to keep on posting videos with yellow colors until you all like yellow nail polish So let’s take a look at my tutorial I started with pret-A-Porter 01 french manicure as my base this step is not necessary But I prefer to use the base color because I don’t want the visible nail line you only need to use one coat because you don’t see the white color anymore when we’re done if You want to use the white color in your design then apply two coats Let’s start with gel effect number 12. I’m making 8 lines and give them a little curve After each line I apply some new polish on my brush When I’m satisfied with the lines I’m going to make them a little thicker Now I’m using number 21 I’m applying this pink polish next to the yellow lines remember to keep some space for the third color I always apply the polish first on a piece of paper And then dip my brush in if you notice the polish is harder to use take a new drop of Polish because the previous one is probably already too, dry I Also clean my nail art brush with some nail polish remover after a couple of lines so it’s easier to work with It already looks really cool, and if you want you can leave it like this and just apply the topcoat But I am going to add a third color Now I’m using number 11. I’m going to fill in the final parts right now You can’t really see the difference between the pink and orange but I promise you that when it’s done I will show you how cool it looks when you’re done, it’s time for cleanup, just use an eyeliner brush and some acetone or nail polish remover Of course don’t forget the topcoat And here’s how it looks when the top coat is dry, and no direct sunlight So thanks for watching and I will see you next time bye. Bye

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