Byan Vu demonstrates how to create flowing veil nail art.
1. Paint two coats of beige. Then, using a fine brush and white acrylic paint, paint on squiggly lines and cover anything below the squiggly line white.
2. Using a fine brush, outline the squiggly lines with black acrylic paint. Also create another row of squiggly lines for another layer of the veil.
3. Add extra small lines to create a 3-D effect that will make it look as if there was air moving the veil.
4. Add small loops on each veil layer for minor details and mini polka dots to the rest of the nail that isn’t part of the veil.
Byan Vu, Venus Nails & Day Spa, Orlando, Fla.
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