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Nail Art Tutorial: Tie-Dye with Shellac
This is forecasted to be one of the summer's hottest looks: the tie-dye nail. It's simple, sophisticated, and can work as an accent or one all ten fingers (or toes). Two-time CND Grandmaster Melissa Guyer spills the process for getting the look with the CND Shellac system.
Step 1: Cleanse the nail plate with CND Scrubfresh.
Step 2: Apply CND Shellac Base Coat and cure 10 seconds.
Step 3: Apply the first coat of CND Shellac in City Scape and cure 2 minutes.
Step 4: Apply the second coat of CND Shellac in City Scape and cure 2 minutes.