Lizzie Ellis uses a stylus to etch uncured Shellac in this nail art design.
Apply two coats of Shellac in Asphalt, curing after each.
Apply one coat of Shellac in Studio White. Don’t cure.
Use a stylus to draw anything using lines and geometric shapes, which will reveal down to the Asphalt layers. Cure.
Use a brush to slightly overlap blue, magenta, and yellow pigment into the tacky layer. Apply top coat and cure.
Nails by Lizzie Ellis, Heads Up Salon and Tanning Center, Bloomfield, Iowa
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