Danielle Glass gives nail art a touch of apple.
1. Apply red gel in the shape of an apple. Cure.
2. Use a striper and green gel to add a worm. Use a striper and white gel to accent the apple. Use a striper and black gel to add a stem. Cure.
3. Use a striper brush and black gel to add two dots for eyes. Use a striper and green glitter gel to add a leaf on the stem. Use black gel to outline the apple. Use white gel to fill in the rest of the free edge. Cure.
Nails by Danielle Glass, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada
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