A quick post for tonight....
I had this sitting on my draft for a long time. I have been contemplating if i would actually finish this post because i am not satisfied with the look but since Sis Relyn Anne requested that i put it up so i am making this post especially for her.
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I do appreciate the time you take reading my posts.
I just added the rhinestones to have a bit of color. You can get away with just dots or anything. You can also use this to just prettify the usual french twist.. giving it a twist!
1. As usual, choose your own base color. Mine is a golden beige iridescent polish.
2. I put white polish on the top half of my nails, applying it sideways. Then using white acrylic/polish, i draw half circles on the edge of the line. This would be the shape of our lace.
3. Using a dotting tool, put white dots on the edge of the white line like so...
4. Using the same dotting tool, apply dots on the half circles that we drew. Just make sure that you don't overcrowd the dots by giving it a bit of space so that the whole dot will be shown to make it softer.
Again, this is just the lace tutorial.
I will make a full lace tutorial sometime.
Have a great evening,ladies!
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