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Posted on October 26, 2016
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1) Start with prep of nails\n2) For this design, I wanted to get gradient background. So I applied a pink gel polish onto the left side and a blue one onto the right side (do not cure!) \n

1) Start with prep of nails\n2) For this design, I wanted to get gradient background. So I applied a pink gel polish onto the left side and a blue one onto the right side (do not cure!) \n  

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3) With a large brush (I used a clean brush from my old gel polish), I mixed adjoining colors in the centre moving from the top to the bottom several times. Cured

3) With a large brush (I used a clean brush from my old gel polish), I mixed adjoining colors in the centre moving from the top to the bottom several times. Cured  

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4) To get thick and bright colors, I did two more layers using the way described above and cured each of them\n5) When I was happy with my gradient, I top coated the nail, cured and carefully removed the tacky layer\n

4) To get thick and bright colors, I did two more layers using the way described above and cured each of them\n5) When I was happy with my gradient, I top coated the nail, cured and carefully removed the tacky layer\n  

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6) The next purpose was to create a bicolor pattern and make it look like colorful sand. I used a small brush, blue and pink gel polishes. I took a big enough amount of gel polishes and created a blue pattern on the pink side of the nail and a pink pattern on the blue side (do not cure). I poured clear acrylic powder onto the pattern and cured

6) The next purpose was to create a bicolor pattern and make it look like colorful sand. I used a small brush, blue and pink gel polishes. I took a big enough amount of gel polishes and created a blue pattern on the pink side of the nail and a pink pattern on the blue side (do not cure). I poured clear acrylic powder onto the pattern and cured  

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7) I swept unwanted remains of acrylic powder from the nail using a brush\nDone!\n

7) I swept unwanted remains of acrylic powder from the nail using a brush\nDone!\n  

 
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3d     pink     blue     nail art     tutorial     pattern     gel nails     gradient     ombre     Gel-Polish     gel polish

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Pinkflyingcow - Commented 5 months ago
Hi! I’m a Nail Art YouTuber and it would mean the world to me if you wanted to check out my channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/PinkFlyingCow87

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