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Start with a white base to make all of the colors pop.
Using their skin tone color, draw an outline of the characters.
Outline and fill in each area with the correct base color. These will be the middle shade and the other shapes will be darker or lighter.
Using varying shades of the colors, create small triangular shapes inside each area. Continue to draw shapes until the character is complete. Leave all black areas solid.
Start with a light color for the backgrounds. Use varying darker shades to create more shapes until the whole nail is full. I swapped the girls colors around for the backgrounds.
I mixed a palette of different shades on foil.
For the ombre effect nails, start off by blocking out where your colors start and stop. Create shapes with the help of the guideline using different shades of each color.
Seal everything with a matte topcoat and you're done!
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