Nail artist Tina Alberino falls in "love" with nail stamps.
Shape the nail at an angle. Polish the nail pink. Use a brush saturated in acetone to remove polish from a semi-circular area at the corner near the eponychium. Fill in the semi-circle with sparkly silver polish.
Add a line of pink and silver glitter to separate the pink and the silver polishes. Either use a nail art stamp or an airbrush with a stencil to add the word “love” along the free edge (shown is a Bundle Monster stamp).
Apply top coat. Apply rhinestones.
Nails by Tina Alberino, Attitudes Total Body Image, Tampa, Fla.
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