Bronze & Silver Sparks – SHELLAC™ & YOURS Stamping

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I created this look for one of my favourite nail clients. She is wearing CND™ Liquid & Powder Enhancements decorated with SHELLAC™ and Lecenté™ Nail Art Foil pressed on to a design stamped on from the Yours Loves Sascha range of Stamping Plates.

  1. Apply one layer of SHELLAC™ Untitled Bronze and cure in the CND™ LED Lamp using the (2S) button.
  2. Apply one layer of SHELLAC™ Sparks Fly and cure in the CND™ LED Lamp using the (2S) button.
  3. Apply one layer of SHELLAC™ XPRESS5™ Top Coat, cure in the CND™ LED Lamp using the (3) button, then completely remove the top film with d.sperse (IPA). It’s important you leave behind no sticky layer at this stage.
  4. Brush SHELLAC™ Black Pool onto the stamping plate and use a scraper to spread the colour through the design. Scrape a few times in different directions to ensure the Black Pool is only in the grooves of the design and the rest of the surface is clean.
  5. Roll your stamper over the design to pick it up.
  6. Roll the stamper across the nail to transfer on the design.
  7. The design will look quite faint at this point, that’s fine, we don’t need Black Pool Colour, we need it’s sticky top film. Cure in the CND™ LED Lamp using the (2S) button.
  8. Press Lecenté Silver Stars foil onto the nail and it will only stick to the top film of the Black Pool that had just been cured.
  9. Finish with XPRESS5™ Top Coat and cure using the (3) button.

 

*THIS STEP BY STEP IS INTENDED FOR FULLY QUALIFIED NAIL PROFESSIONALS

*REMEMBER TO MASK OFF THE SKIN AROUND THE NAIL WHEN STAMPING WITH SHELLAC™ TO PREVENT OVEREXPOSURE.

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