Vintage Nail by Akzentz 2 challenge NTNA

 
 
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Posted on January 28, 2018
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Research research research ...

Vintage, what a beautiful project ... but I did not want to go too much in the “”what is usually expected when you hear”” vintage... feathers, arabesque, flowers ... I wanted something special.

Looking at the Akzentz products I found that they were classy, elegant, feminine, delicate ...

I did not have want to go too far, I wanted to keep in mind the branding of the products that we were offered.

I first thought of macrame, a wedding dress, a known personality, hats, but I was afraid of being too predictable - so I kept looking and I finally found what I was looking for. ..

Paco Rabanne:
Paco Rabanne was a Spanish couturier. He defined and reinvented fashion in the 1960s.
His avant-garde and shocking dresses totally seduced me ... I could see that he studied in architecture; he used those skills in the making of his dresses.

Pure vintage, which reminds me of the high society parties, the movies… I could see the beautiful women with their cigarettes in hand and a glass of scotch on the other.

I just love the clean lines of Paco Rabanne haaaaaa This great artist succeeded in creating a collections that were both avant-garde and provocative without compromising the beauty and femininity.

So here is my vintage interpretation with the Akzentz gel paint.

A wink to his early work and lets not forget flowers for his perfumes.

As if the story of the cosmos kept coming back, Paco created his first dress inspired by space. How bizarre to have all these coincidences

Thinking everything through, preparation is so very important. Make sure you know who your customer ...

Step-by-Step Nail Art Tutorial

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Create an inspirational moodboard.

Create an inspirational moodboard.  

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Then draw a sketch to be sure of the balance. Test with your products. Choose your colors as to be certain that they harmonize.\n

Then draw a sketch to be sure of the balance. Test with your products. Choose your colors as to be certain that they harmonize.\n  

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Create a sheet with the Akzentz trinity clear UV / LED. Cook .\n\nApply then rub in your favorite Akzentz  pigment. \n\nOnce this is done, apply the Shine-on top coat over your pigment. Cook.\n\nCut several sizes of small disks. With your piercing instrument, puncture little holes in the disks,  four to be exact,  in order to insert your rings. Be warned, you will need patience, more patience and  a lot more patience LOL to assemble the disks together. Try using a jewelry tongs as your third hand to make your assembly of the disks a bit easier. \n

Create a sheet with the Akzentz trinity clear UV / LED. Cook .\n\nApply then rub in your favorite Akzentz pigment. \n\nOnce this is done, apply the Shine-on top coat over your pigment. Cook.\n\nCut several sizes of small disks. With your piercing instrument, puncture little holes in the disks, four to be exact, in order to insert your rings. Be warned, you will need patience, more patience and a lot more patience LOL to assemble the disks together. Try using a jewelry tongs as your third hand to make your assembly of the disks a bit easier. \n  

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Start by choosing a nude background color to represent the skin color that transpires when wearing Paco's collection.\n\n***Here is a tip: If you want to make your own nails, do not put a base or primer on your natural nails. What you should do is build your nails on the paper nail forms ... By doing so, you will be able to remove your nails as often as you ll like. . \n\nPlace your nails on a stick or a nail support. This will make them much easier to manipulate.\n\nUsing the Akzentz trinity clear gel,  create 2 small 3D dots at the base of the nail., cook\nPierce the 3 dots using your piercing tool, and inserted a ring so that you can attach your Paco Rabanne inspired nail jewelry. \n\nStick your art nails on your natural nails with a double-sided tape. This will allow you to visualize how the disks fall so that you can readjust if needed. (in this case, it was essential)\n\n

Start by choosing a nude background color to represent the skin color that transpires when wearing Paco's collection.\n\n***Here is a tip: If you want to make your own nails, do not put a base or primer on your natural nails. What you should do is build your nails on the paper nail forms ... By doing so, you will be able to remove your nails as often as you ll like. . \n\nPlace your nails on a stick or a nail support. This will make them much easier to manipulate.\n\nUsing the Akzentz trinity clear gel, create 2 small 3D dots at the base of the nail., cook\nPierce the 3 dots using your piercing tool, and inserted a ring so that you can attach your Paco Rabanne inspired nail jewelry. \n\nStick your art nails on your natural nails with a double-sided tape. This will allow you to visualize how the disks fall so that you can readjust if needed. (in this case, it was essential)\n\n  

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You are now at the stage where you will start painting the nails….\nThe important thing in painting is to do the pre-mix. By doing so, the colors will come out even more beautiful and realistic. Use a box that will not let the light in to keep it longer. Make several layers of color and cook between each to create depth and texture.

You are now at the stage where you will start painting the nails….\nThe important thing in painting is to do the pre-mix. By doing so, the colors will come out even more beautiful and realistic. Use a box that will not let the light in to keep it longer. Make several layers of color and cook between each to create depth and texture.  

 
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nailnana - Commented 2 months ago
Valerie I loved the Paco Raban inspiration and you pulled it off so well!!

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