This is perhaps the fastest and easiest way to decorate your marigolds with flowers. And the effect is very interesting.
It is necessary
- - buff,
- - primer,
- - base,
- - top,
- - several gel polishes of different colors,
- - dots,
- - clinser, or other liquid to remove stickiness.
- I describe how the design is done on a marigold, but I do the master class on a tip.
As a standard, we prepare a nail for applying gel polish. We remove the shine with a buff, treat it with a primer. We cover with a base - dry in a lamp. Next, apply one layer of colored gel polish and dry. In my case, the gel polish is black. But you can take any other color of your choice.
Apply the second layer of gel polish, do not dry. Directly on the wet, not dried gel polish of the main color in a different color (for me it is blue) we put drops with dots where the flower petals should be located. And then interesting things begin to happen to our flower. Gel polishes do not mix with each other. The blue color spreads over the black, forming petals. Still not drying our design.
Already in another place of the marigold, in a different color, so that the design is brighter, in the same way we put drops in the dots, which also slowly spread in different directions, forming a flower. We still do not dry our marigold.
We continue to put drops on the wet gel polish, and observe how our previous flowers spread interestingly. Still not dry.
While there is room, we put more drops, and again do not dry.
If there is still space on the marigold, you can add a flower there too, while looking at how interestingly the petals of the previous flowers blur. We still don't dry.
When there is no more room for flowers, we arrange the cores. Now you can dry and cover with a top and dry well again.
Our design is ready. The drops do not mix with each other, do not flow over one another, but make their own way. Despite the fact that the drops spread out in a random order, and we have no control over their spreading, this design always turns out to be unexpectedly different and interesting.