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Step 6

I have friends coming into town from Canada, and I know that there will be no time to do my nails.

So I had to do a quick change, but I didn’t want it to be just a color change!

Here is my fun twist on changing colors quickly!

The white trend right now is really fun. I like it, but I am also in love love love with the dark romantic colors available too.

 

 

I have a gel color from a older OPI collection called OPI Ink. And I thought I would add a little twist to what I already had on my nails.

I had a white base (Lacqit “It’s a White Out)  with a glittery second coat (OPI-“Lights of Emerald City”) that I lightly buffed down.

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Then I applied OPI’s base coat for Gel Color and cured for 30 seconds. Next was theStep 3 fun bit. I applied “OPI Ink” to most of the nail but then took a moist synthetic gel brush to detail the dark color to where I wanted it to end.

 

 

 

 

 

 

After I cured that for 30 seconds, I repeated the process for the second coat.

Step 4

Once I had that coat cured, and while the surface was still sticky with residue, I placed 3 rhinestone into the purple gel. A light coat of OPI Gel Color top coat, 30 more seconds and voila, I had a quick change with a twist for when my Canadian friends are here!

Step 5

 

 

 

 

 

Now we can play and I can still rock some fun nails. With both of the colors I love right now!Step 6