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Gelish French Polka Dot

Learn how to do this simple French Polka Dot design from Gelish (as featured in CosmoProf's Vintage Vibe, Modern Style promotion).

1. Prep the nail and apply Gelish Nail Surface Cleanse to a lint-free nail wipe to remove any dust. Apply pH Bond and apply a thin coat of Foundation Base Gel to the entire nail and cap the free edge. Cure in the Gelish 18G LED light for 5 seconds. Apply a thin coat of Gelish Simple Sheer and cap the free edge. Cure in the Gelish 18G LED light for 20 seconds.

2. Apply a thin coat of Gelish Let’s Go to the Hop near the free edge to create a French manicure design. Cure in the Gelish 18G LED light for 30 seconds. Repeat this step for more coverage.

3. Using a dotting tool and Gelish One Cool Cat, place small dots within the French manicure design. Cure in the Gelish 18G LED light for 30 seconds.

4. Using a dotting tool and Gelish Arctic Freeze, place small dots within the French manicure design. Cure in the Gelish 18G LED light for 30 seconds. Apply a thin coat of Gelish Top It Off and cap the free edge. Cure in the Gelish 18G LED light for 30 seconds. Remove the tacky layer with Gelish Nail Surface Cleanse and a lint-free wipe. Apply Gelish Nourish Cuticle Oil and massage into the cuticle area.

 

Shopping List (Click here to purchase these products.)

❑ Gelish Let’s Go to the Hop

❑ Gelish One Cool Cat

❑ Gelish Arctic Freeze

❑ Gelish Simple Sheer

❑ Gelish pH Bond

❑ Gelish Foundation

❑ Gelish Top It Off

❑ Gelish Nourish Cuticle Oil

❑ Gelish 18G LED Light

❑ Gelish Nail Surface Cleanse

❑ Lint Free Nail Wipes

❑ Dotting Tools



Keywords:   CosmoProf     French twists     Gelish     gel-polish     nail art     tutorials     Vintage Vibe Modern Style  

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