So spring has come into its own. It's time to move from dark winter colors to delicate and spring designs on the nails.
It is necessary
- - buff;
- - primer;
- - base;
- - top;
- - gel polish in beige, red and light green colors;
- - white, dark green and red gel paints;
- - thin brush;
- - clinser or other liquid to remove stickiness.
We prepare the nail in the usual way. We remove the shine with a buff, treat it with a primer, base and dry it in a lamp. Apply beige gel polish. On the sample, gel polish is applied in one layer. Dry in a lamp. Remove the sticky layer from the colored coating, paint the bud underpainting and dry. With red gel paint and a thin brush, outline the tulip petals and dry again in the lamp.
To create volume for the picture, draw shadows. Highlight the petal with white gel paint. To create a smooth transition from white and then reduce it to nothing, slightly wet the brush in the top and blur the white. Dry in a lamp.
To create the depth of the bud, as well as with white, select parts of the petals with red gel paint and blur it. We dry the drawing.
In white, slightly diluted with the top, draw the tulip petals and put them in the lamp again.
With light green gel polish we sketch the sheets, dry them, and then draw the shadows with dark green gel paint. Dry in a lamp.
We paint glare on the leaves with white gel paint, blurring the color with the top in the same way.
To create the background, paint over the tulip-free areas with light green gel polish. Making the color translucent, blur it with the top. Dry the entire drawing in a lamp, then cover the entire nail with a top and dry everything completely.