Lenzi Brock demonstrates how to bring to coral look to nails.
1. Fade three colors of Entity Beauty True Artistry Acrylics from the free edge to the base; shown are Vermilion Cherry, Renaissance Ruby, and Perspective Pink.
2. Cap the nail in clear acrylic. When the nail has no shine, it’s ready to impress with lace. Push the lace just hard enough to leave its impression in the acrylic, then remove.
3. Apply a wet bead of Entity Beauty in Blank White Canvas to the impressed area.
4. File the nail to remove excess Blank White Canvas and leave the coral look.
Nails by Lenzi Brock, Spoiled Spa & Salon, Vancouver, Wash.
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