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Press on a variety colors of glitters onto the nail and seal it with a clear coat.
Brush on a thin layer of the navy blue gel polish. DO NOT cure.
Using an orange wood stick, dab on clear top coat gel polish in random places to create the "peek-a-boo" effect. \n\nYou should see the navy blue layer start dispersing where you dabbed on the clear. This kind of creates a stain glass effect. The glitters underneath will catch the light at different angles. Leaving every glance a surprise.\n\nCure once this step is completed.\n
Cover the desired area with white gel polish and cure as suggested.
Cut out a little piece of lace and secure it in the white area using glue. Seal with another layer to top coat. You can also choose to encase the lace if you wish in this step.
Rhinestone placing- Brush nail glue along the border of where the lace and the "peek-a-boos" meets, place the different rhinestones randomly.
Finish with a high shine gel top coat!!
Feathers-\nTo add a little sass in this design, you can chose to add feathers to the corner of the nail and place the rhinestones accordingly\n
...and we're done! You're ready to rock this mysterious look at the masquerade.
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