What You’ll Need:
-Orly Bonder basecoat (optional)
-Raspberry nail polish
-Orange nail polish
-Black nail polish or Stripe Rite
-Hunter green nail polish
-Thin paint brush
-Clear top coat nail polish
How To Do It Yourself:
Step 1: Get all your supplies lined up and ready to go. It might help to un-loosen your nail polish lids. Start off by applying the Orly Bonder as your basecoat to all your nails (this will prevent nail color from chipping or wearing off). Let dry for about 5 minutes and then paint the top half of your nails with your raspberry color nail polish.
Step 2: Using your orange nail polish now paint the bottom half of your nails. Let dry for about 10 minutes.
Step 3: Next you will be adding in two thin black lines to each nail. For this step you can either use a thin paint brush or if you have a bottle of black Stripe Rite nail polish that already comes with a thin brush to use this will work as well. Add two black thin lines to each nail and let dry for about 5 minutes.
Step 4: Using your thin paint brush and your green nail polish add a thick line in between your two black lines that you added in Step 3. See image 4 for an example and let dry for about 5 minutes.
Step 5: Apply a layer of clear top coat to seal in your new manicure and you’re all done!
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