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Fun Fimo Fruit

Nails by Laurie Ivins, Profiles Hair Design, Sandpoint, Idaho

Nails by Laurie Ivins, Profiles Hair Design, Sandpoint, Idaho

  
  

Apply drops of glue to the nail tip, then place an array of fimo cane fruit slices on the tip. Apply builder gel, making sure to get in between the fruit slices. Cure two to three minutes.

  

Apply a coat of either clear gel (shown) or gel cut with a little glitter. Cure two to three minutes. Wipe off the tacky layer with alcohol.

  

Buff the nail with 180-grit spongeboard to smooth it out, but don’t buff out the fruit. Finish with non-tacky UV gel and cure.




Nails by Laurie Ivins, Profiles Hair Design, Sandpoint, Idaho



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