Acrylic Nails

A Nail Bouquet

To make these flowers, Odyssey Nail educator Tammi Merrit used the Arabella Fantasy Forms to pre-design the flowers, which were then peeled off and placed onto these acrylic nails.

The Arabella Fantasy Forms are the brain child of Sam Lynam, and were created to help techs improve their design skills. The forms are curved and have an extra coating to allow designs to both mold to the curve of the nail as well as peel off easily for application.

Merrit designed these nails with acrylic, using a base layer of clear, the pre-designed flowers placed on top, and then gold and silver bullion sprinkled on before encasing the whole design with another thin layer of clear.

After finish-filing, Merrit added a gel top coat for shine.

The forms are for both gels and acrylics, and come in different sizes so techs can precisely create designs for any nail bed long before the client even shows up, making real-time applications super fast.



To purchase Arabella forms in the US contact:
Tammy Warner

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