Here's a fun tie-dye and peace sign French by Jade Sewell.
Apply four wet acrylic beads in any four neon colors, like neon yellow, pink, orange, and green, to the free edge.
Before the beads start to dry, use the tip of your brush to swirl the acrylic. (Don’t swirl too much or it gets mushy looking.) Add sheer pink acrylic over the rest of the nail.
Use a detail brush and white paint to add a peace sign in the corner of the free edge. Apply gel topcoat. Cure.
Step-by-step by Jade Sewell, Just Nails, Great Falls, Mont.
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