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Design #9: Marbleizing Neons

Apply a form to the finger and build a thin clear free edge. This will be the perfect canvas to marbleize on.

1. Apply a form to the finger and build a thin clear free edge. This will be the perfect canvas to marbleize on. Use Cover Pink to create an extended nail bed. This will give the illusion of a deeper smile line.

marble neon - Step 1

2. Apply a pearl of Surprise to the smile line area. Make sure the application is thin around the free edge area to set yourself up for the marbleizing action.

marble neon - Step 2

3. Marbleize the Neon Green, Neon Blue, and Neon Pink. The easiest way is to lay down a wet pearl of Neon Pink first, then add small pearls of Blue, and Green to either side and immediately swirl. Don’t try to cover all areas. If you don’t get it to one side, marbleize again. To make sure the fade looks tight you can tap light amounts of glitter between the glitter and marbleized area.

marble neon - Step 3

4. Overlay with Speed Clear and file into shape.

marble neon - Step 4
 

Products You Need for This Design:

Young Nails Cover Pink, Block Party Birthday, Block Party Surprise. Neon Blue, Neon Green, Neon Pink, Speed Clear

Young Nails Cover Pink, Block Party Birthday, Block Party Surprise. Neon Blue, Neon Green, Neon Pink, Speed Clear

 

 

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