SHELLAC™ with Lecenté™ Foil – Deconstructed Chrome Design

Fee Wallace short nails shellac with lecente foil

CND™ Education Ambassador Nataliya Al-Ta-ai gave me a beautiful Shellac Manicure last night that’s right up my street! I love to wear my nails short and finding simple nail designs that look fabulous on super short nails is a quest I’m always on.

This design is very quick and easy to create.

Step 1
After performing CND™ PEP, apply and curing SHELLAC™ Base Coat,
or appropriately prepare Nail Enhancements for a Shellac Colour Coat.

Step 2
Apply and cure 2 layers of SHELLAC™ Field Fox in the CND LED Lamp using the 2S button.

Lecenté foil application by fee wallaceStep 3
Using Lecenté Foils Lime and Turquoise, fold the piece of foil back on it’s self giving you a long, thin surface area. Press the foil on (matte side down) to the sticky top film of the cured SHELLAC™ Colour Layer. The foil will adhere in rough, deconstructed vertical lines. Keep pressing foil on to the nail till you are happy with the amount of coverage you have.

Step 4
Go straight to SHELLAC™ Top Coat Application and cure in the CND™ LED Lamp using the 3 button. I love the results with XPRESS5™ Top Coat; it’s thin and sleek, super shiny and provides easy 5 minute removal when it comes time for a Re-Shellac.

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I’d love to know what you think of this look and how you get on if you try it out. Leave me a message here on the comments or get in touch over on Facebook.


2 thoughts on “SHELLAC™ with Lecenté™ Foil – Deconstructed Chrome Design

  1. Well i developing complex about myself is this nail lacquer sort of private the keep mentioning weddings i know i will be married i am intelligent. I know you wont reply to this i like mandala one the midnight blue is my favorite. The pink the fire shellac blue there all awesome.


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