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Camouflage Nails

Vicki Jenson demonstrates how to do Camouflage Nails.

Vicki Jenson demonstrates how to do Camouflage Nails.

  

1. Apply gel base coat and cure. Apply one coat of gel-polish and cure.

  

2. On top of the fully cured base color, add beige gel-polish in the shape of branches (do not cure).

  

3. Apply charcoal gel-polish next to the beige gel-polish (do not cure).

  

4. In the remaining spaces, apply green gel-polish and use a metal-tipped stylus to drag the colors together to resemble camouflage. Cure.




Vicki Jenson, Contempo Salon, Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Want to see your nail art how-to here? Email tracy.rubert@bobit.com

You can also mail your tips (one for each step) and written instructions to Tracy Rubert, NAILS Magazine, 3520 Challenger St., Torrance, CA 90503. Make sure to include your name, salon name (if applicable), city, state, and contact information. When mailing us tips for Nail Art Studio, please mail them in a padded envelope or box to keep the nail tips fully intact in transit.



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