Are you looking for ways to improve the way your nails look and try out new designs? Well, in this video I show you some adorable nail art ideas and tutorials you’ll love.
You can fix a broken nail using the thin nylon bristles from a toothbrush and some base gel coat. You simply layer them on your nail, and you cure with your UV light as you go along. Then you add more gel coat and you file them down until you’re satisfied with the shape.
I also show you the step-by-step process of someone getting their nails done at the nail salon. How the artist applies for the nail extensions and builds-up on them until the nails get an even look.
I also show you how to achieve a beautiful nail art design using magnetic gel polish. You simply apply a black base coat and then you add the magnetic gel polish on top. After that, you give it some shape with some magnets and voila
Watch until the end to find out all the simple nail art tutorials you should try.
0:48 – Amazing pedicure hacks
1:29 – Adorable nail art ideas
2:57 – Amazing gel polish designs
3:38 – Colorful nail ideas – earthly inspired
5:20 – Swirly nail art tutorials
6:17 – Floral nail tutorials
10:10 – Adorable nail bubbles
11:29 – Cute gradient nails
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