Ann Jones uses gel, glitter, and acrylic paint to create these watermelon-themed nails.
Apply a thin layer of clear gel to the free edge to create a French. Apply green glitter on top of the gel. Cure.
Apply a thin layer of clear gel to the rest of the nail. Apply red glitter on top of the gel. Cure.
Buff the nail. Use black paint to create seeds. Apply gel top coat. Cure.
Step-by-step by Ann Jones, Reno’s Beauty Salon, Salt Lake City
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