Acrylic Nails

Young Nails Mylar French Tip

Young Nail’s new mylar collection is great for creating unique nail enhancements. Here we use it to create a beautiful and fresh alternative to the traditional French tip. The collection from Young Nails features nine vibrant colors, including Blueberry Icy, Lemonade Icy, Blueberry Mint, Lime Icy, Mint Icy, raspberry Icy, Strawberry Banana Icy, and Vanilla Icy.

Young Nail’s new mylar collection is great for creating unique nail enhancements. Here we use it to create a beautiful and fresh alternative to the traditional French tip. The collection from Young Nails features nine vibrant colors, including Blueberry Icy, Lemonade Icy, Blueberry Mint, Lime Icy, Mint Icy, raspberry Icy, Strawberry Banana Icy, and Vanilla Icy.




  1. Place a form on the finger. Pick up a wet bead of clear acrylic and create a thin layer of acrylic from the natural free edge out to the desired length. Using your acrylic brush, pick up pieces of mylar and press them into the clear acrylic. Don’t worry about the bits that poke out of the acrylic.
  2. Pick up a small bead of glitter acrylic and place it on the free-edge. Push the glitter acrylic up into the corners and form the smile line. Feather the glitter out to just cover the natural nail free edge.
  3. Pick up a bead of clear acrylic and place it over the glitter and mylar. Press and smooth the clear acrylic so the mylar is sandwiched between the two layers of the clear acrylic. Apply pink acrylic to the nail bed.
  4. File and shape the nail. Apply finish and cure for two minutes.


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