Kimberly Hamilton uses colored gel to create this alternative French.
Apply white gel in the shape of a triangle on the side of the nail toward the free edge.
Apply pink gel at a diagonal, making a thick line under the triangle, then filling in the rest of the free edge with pink. Before curing, sprinkle glitter on the uncured gel. Cure.
Use a striper brush and black polish to highlight the diagonal. Add black zebra stripes inside the triangle and outline the triangle in black. Apply gel top coat.
Nails by Kimberly Hamilton, Nails Hands Feet & Toes, Winnemucca, Nev.
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