Good morning lovelies!

I’m back with my second Digit-al Dozen post today! This post will be kind of quick, because I totally fell asleep last night really early (hashtag so old đŸ˜±)and am trying to write this before work….whoops haha….

Onto the nails!

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Here’s what I used:

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For my second new-to-me technique, I decided to tackle lead-lighting!

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  1. Start with two coats of Push And Shove and a layer of Rainbow Prisms.
  2. Paint on the black pattern with acrylic paint and a striping brush.
  3. While the pattern was drying, I *attempted* to create my own jelly polishes by mixing a bunch of my base coat in with the other polishes.
  4. When those reached a consistency that I thought would work, I filled in some of the spaces with the help of my detail brush.
  5. Clean up.
  6. Add a layer of Glossy Glam.

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  1. It’s hard to do this technique if you can’t stamp.
  2. It’s also hard if you don’t own jelly polishes….

They turned out pretty neat though! The base isn’t as sparkly as I would have liked, but I could see myself wearing these again. What do you guys think? Have you tried lead-lighting before?

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