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Not Quite Pink-and-White

EricMatukonis, Regal Nails Salon & Spa, Hazle Township, Pa., creates this chevron French with a twist.

EricMatukonis, Regal Nails Salon & Spa, Hazle Township, Pa., creates this chevron French with a twist.

  

1. Polish the free edge white to create a French.

  

2. Use a striper brush and pink polish to add three triangles — one on top of the center of the white and two below it, making sure they all touch in the center of the smile line.

  

3. Use a striper brush and black polish to highlight the borders and to split the white section into smaller pieces. Use a dotter and black polish to place a dot inside each pink triangle and to create an open black triangle as shown. Apply top coat.   




Nails by EricMatukonis, Regal Nails Salon & Spa, Hazle Township, Pa.



Keywords:   French nail art     French twists  



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Nails that are thin, white, and curved over the free edge; the condition is caused by improper diet, internal disease, medication, or nervous disorder...
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