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Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Mermaid Nail Tutorial * Beginner Friendly*m

 Hello everyone!!

Welcome back! 

For today's video, I recorded a mermaid nail tutorial. It is very easy and simple.

I used 2xxl stiletto tips on my Red Iguana hand and cut them into a coffin shape.

I first used a base code in two of the nail and without curing I throw in the glitter in blue. Then I cured in the lamp for 60 seconds.

For the other two nails, I used foil glue and a beautiful mermaid foil. But I forgot to press record on the camera to record that part but don't worry I will be doing another foil tutorial where I will go over tips and details. And if you guys can see the foil glue didn't cover the sides of the nails but I will explain more details in my next video all about foils.

I used a sea Star for the pinky finger and use construction gel to hold it in place and cure for 60 seconds, I also used a big mermaid and put some construction gel to hold it in place and flash cure it and then cured it in the lamp for 60 seconds.

And lastly I  Added Gold Metal decoration, shells, sea stars, clams and more.

And I finish the look with iMethod Beauty top coat and cure in the lamp for 60 seconds.

I hope you guys enjoy this nail tutorial, let me know if you have any questions, and don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more videos.!!!

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Monday, July 26, 2021

Beach Nail Tutorial. Step by Step. * Summer Nails*

Hello everyone,

Welcome back, for today's video I'm doing a summer nail tutorial.

For this video, I used 2XXl Stiletto Nail Tips Full Coverage.

I used two different Jelly Gel polishes brands to archive the ocean water look and Young Nails Acrylic Powder in color Cover Earth. For the water part what I did was I used a snow spray that I purchased in Dollar Three and stick it to the nail with base gel and cure it in the lamp for 60 seconds. After that, I used a white gel polish to go over and it left a nice structure imitating the ocean waves.

To adhere to the Algae I used a condensed glue gel and stick the Algae to the nail and use plastic to put pressure down and at the same time, I cure it in the lap for 30 seconds. I repeat the same process with the red fishstar.

I also used different stickers for the nails. 

For the middle finger, I did full acrylic powder and use the condense gel in lines to adhere to the sand and cure in the lamp for 60 seconds. On the pinky nail, I use a different mix of fine sand that was already mixed with clear acrylic powder and covered the whole tip. I also used the condense glue gel to adhere to the turtle. 

Thank You, for watching, don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any new videos. If you have a question leave it in the comment and I will be answering them.

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Monday, July 19, 2021

Red Iguana New AcryGel and Gel Builder.


Hello everyone, Welcome back.

For today's video, I asked you guys on Instagram if you guys would like a tutorial using the new Red Iguana products they launched last week and the majority of the participants in the poll question said yes. So I decided to record it. Red Iguana launched a few products from Top Coat, Acrygels in different colors, gel builders, and much more but I only purchased two Acrygels and one gel builder. I wanted to give them a try since I don't own any red Iguana products unless are included on any Nailboxy subscription box that I have received. 

So, I decided to purchase the Acrygel in light nude and the milky white in 5g each, and I also purchased the Gel Builder in color milky white.

So here is some feedback.

- The Acrygel had a thick consistency. If we compare it to Polygel then it will be of a more hard consistency but we all know that Acrygel and Polygel are different from each other. Polygel is more smooth in my opinion.

- I wish the Acrygel colors were more intense like I love nude colors in the more nude side than pink and the color that I purchased was light nude but it was more of a lighter pink like a salmon color.

- On the video after curing the Acrygel for 60 seconds you can see how light it was, so to build that intense color you will need to do 2 coats.

- You can use slip solution, Alcohol 91%, or a gell base solution to blend the Acrygel. 

- It is manageable but if you are a beginner it could take a little practice.

- The Gel builder in color milky white was just perfect. Very easy to use, super beginner-friendly, and will recommend 100%. If you are new with gel builders this one from Red Iguana could be your best friend from creating a tip with forms to even used it as a foundation to replace acrylics. In the video, I showed how easy was to use.

Because the Acrygel colors were so clear for my taste I decided to use a gel polish that came in my July Nailboxy from the brand Water World. I also used some water stickers and finish the look with Born Pretty Super Top Coat. 

I hope you guys enjoy this video, don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel so you don't miss any new videos.

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Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Poly Nail Gel Kit, Ohuhu 12 Colors Nail Gel Kit Enhancement Builder Nail Extension

Hello Everyone!!

Welcome back, I'm super excited about today's video. Today's video is a collaboration with the brand Ohuhu. You can find the products from Ohuhu on Amazon. Ohuhu was so kind enough to send me a 12 Colors Poly Gel Kit for me to try it out.

This kit is amazing it has everything you need to do your Polygel Nails. They also have different kits available that are complete like this one and even some with the UV Lamp.

Package Contents:

12 * 15ml nail gel 4 * individual glitters 1 * 15ml base coat 1 * 15ml glossy top coat 1 * 30ml cleaning solution 100 * nail form sizes 1 * double-ended brush 1 * nail file 1 * nail clippers 1 * dead skin scissors 1 * steel pusher.


So, For this video, I decided to use Medium long coffin full coverage nails tips.
The Polygel is very smooth and very easy to manage and work with. It comes very easily from the tube and very easy to blend with the slip solution.  This is not french so it is not placed perfectly on purpose because it is a smooth blend of the color so it can go better with the fimo fruits.

Also, I had some fimo fruits that I decided to use for this nail tutorial. So, what I did is I used a few of the polygel colors and try to mix the colors with the fimo fruits. I didn't cure the polygel so that the fimo fruits can adhere to the polygel and then I cured it in the lamp for 60 seconds. I also added a fimo straw that I purchased at  Hobby Lobby. To end the design I added some sticker that was a top from a cup and sealed everything with Ohuhu Top Coat.

I hope you all enjoy this video, don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any of the new videos. Thank you so much to Ohuhu for this amazing kit, I really love it.

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Friday, July 9, 2021

Maylar Nails Tutorial using BornPretty Super Top Coat.

 Hello everybody, welcome back for today's video,

for today's video, i'm sharing a Maylar nail tutorial with you guys with coffin-long nails tips.

I first used a base coat from Born Pretty and apply it to all my nails and cure it for 60 seconds in my lamp, then I paint my nails with gel polishes from Born Pretty in transparent colors, and without curing in the lamp I added the foils. These foils are not the normal foils you can't use foil glue to transfer them so what I did was I cut the foils in pieces and added them to the gel polish and cure them in the lamp and added the super top coat from Born Pretty.

I also used 4d Gel or Carvin gel to do the pink petals and the white petals and cure in the lamp for 30 to 60 seconds. I also used some rhinestones in colors and construction gel to add the rhinestones.

And finish the look with Born Pretty Super Topcoat from Born Pretty.

I hope you enjoy this video, if you have any questions leave them in the comment section and I will be answering them. Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel so you don't miss any video.

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Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Sea Nail Tutorial!!

Hello Everyone! Welcome back! 

For today's video, I'm sharing a new nail tutorial using real sand. I have two kinds of sand have one that is finer and another one that is little rocks. 

I used long XL square tips full coverage and apply a thin layer of clear acrylic to add the sand and in other ones, I added the sand with the clear acrylic. I really don't recommend using clear acrylic to add the sand because it can turn out more bulky of a nail.

What I recommend is just applying a thin layer of acrylic and then throw the sand in the tip and it will adhere very nicely and it will not be bulky. And after that just wait until it dries and then encapsulate with a clear acrylic podwer. 

Then I used iMethod beauty gel polishes to create the seawater. I used blue and white colors. I also used some stickers from websites. And also some flowers to give it a different color. I believe that the nail with all the sand turned out a little bucky but I did file a lot I believe it was the way that I applied the sand with the acrylic but I will do another video trying this nail again to see if it turns out to be thinner. 

I added some gold decoration, and finish with a iMethod top coat. I hope you all enjoy this video, if you guys have any questions please leave them in the comment section. I will be answering them.
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