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You may have played with a kaleidoscope as a kid, relishing in the rays of light, exploding into tons of epic colors.
This phenomenon is now being re-imagined as nail art. Similar to what you may have seen when looking through that kaleidoscope, these symmetrical and colorful patterns make a bold, almost other-worldly statement. It's sleek and sophisticated, but also shows you aren't afraid to have some fun with your look. If you are into the new wave bend of the retro '80s style, this nail art would be a perfect accent.
File your nails into whatever shape you like, and push back your cuticles but do not cut them.
Apply a clear base coat to your nails, and wait for it to dry.
Then, paint your nails with two coats of the polish you chose.
It’s recommended that you pick a polish that matches a colour in the foil. Try using a royal blue.
Wait for your nails to dry completely before moving on to the next step- this is crucial.
Once your nails are 100 percent dry, it’s time to start applying foil.
Simply do a google search for ‘nail art foil hacks’, and you will be flooded with a tone of expert advice.
You will also need transfer foil adhesive.
Paint the whole nail in the glue and let it sit for about a minute. You have to wait until the glue turns clear.
Your nails are now ready to foil. Pop a piece of foil over your nail.
Press it into the adhesive with a cotton bud. Be gentle, and start in the middle at the base of your nail.
Move across from left to right, in an up and down motion.
You are aiming to flatten the foil completely. Once this is done, peel it off carefully.
You will now have a perfectly foiled nail. You want it to stay that way, right?
You better apply a top coat.
Swipe the brush over your entire nail, and don’t neglect the tips of your nails. This will protect the foil from lifting around the edges.