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Tonight I am still in love with the mani I did a few days ago which I showed in my last post Fun in the Sun which was a neon water marble that was black light friendly so I am having a hard time taking it off. I did this mani to match the outfit I wore to a black light charity event and it looked like I had little lights on the tips of my fingers. I just love it. So because I am not done wearing it yet it kinda leaves me postless at the moment.
A few weeks ago I did a waterless marble for the Neverland Nails Summer Fun Challenge Grill Masters which to me looks like flames. I love this look and in doing that mani I took pictures to do a tutorial on it. Until now I just haven't had the time. So I am going to use "wanting to keep this awesome neon mani around" for a few more days as an excuse to show you how I did these flames.
I have watched several video tutorials on how to do several different ideas that I see and think "I would love to try that but I just can't figure out how they do it." and I have noticed everyone does something that is completely their own and some things work for some and other things work for others that don't work for me. So this is just how I do this and I love the way it turns out. I hope this helps you achieve this look. :)
Here I am using Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Red Carpet and China Glaze Smoke and Ash. I started with a base coat because this red polish stains like crazy. After the base coat I add a thick coat of Red Carpet. When I say thick, I mean thick enough to draw in it and not mess up the smooth surface of the polish.
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