Floral nail art on Glass Effect Gel Polish
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Alexandra Snóbl
Floral nail art on Glass Effect Gel Polish
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Alexa shows you an interesting technique again. She creates colourful stamping pattern with multi-step stamping. Base can be gel polish, gel and acrylic too. This time Alexa works on a clear full cover tip, so that you can see the transparency of Glass effect Gel polish. She places some Holo glitter mix on the background, it will shine through the clear gel polish beautifully.🌺

The stamped flower can be replaced with any other pattern of stamping plate No. 116 Shadowplay. This stamping plate provides filling background for the motifs of the following stamping plate: No. 75 Norka's Garden, No. 107 Botanical, No. 105 Urban Gardening. Try this spectacular and colourful nail art!🎥

User Ratings

Agnija Purina
Agnija Purina
about 1 month ago
An amazing idea
Anita Skita
Anita Skita
3 months ago
Ezt kipróbálom
Noona Pretty
Noona Pretty
3 months ago
I like this manicure, the technique is easy and fun to create. Thank you for sharing a very pretty manicure.
Boglárka Buda
Boglárka Buda
4 months ago
Természetes körmön egész másképp néz ki, szerintem két réteg kell nem épített koromre, mert egy réteg alatt nagyon átlátszik a mosolyvonal. A dizájn szép, érdemes kipróbálni.
NATHALIE ANGIBAUD
NATHALIE ANGIBAUD
4 months ago
résultat sympa mais je suis moins fan du design mis dessus Merci
Vitomirovic Mirjana
Vitomirovic Mirjana
4 months ago
Love glass effect!
Inka Friedrich
Inka Friedrich
4 months ago
I also have glass gels and love the effect of depth you can create with them and inlays underneath. For me, it wouldn't necessarily have needed any more stamping, but that's a matter of taste. I think the design is already great without it (⺣◡⺣)♡
Kerry Tatum
Kerry Tatum
4 months ago
Nice. Thank you.
Hope Newman
Hope Newman
4 months ago
Lovely !!! Great tutorial, very inspiring.
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Alexandra Snóbl
Alexandra Snóbl
International nail art educator

My name is Alexandra Snóbl. It was in 2003 when I chose hand care and manicure as a profession. I’ve been working for Moyra since 2011 as product developer and international trainer.
Usually, I consider myself technical specialist, and the most emphatic segment in my career is powder-liquid system. Between 2007 and 2010 I won several prizes at regional and international competitions. My most important acknowledgments include:
   – Multiple national champion
   – European champion
   – Olympics – Silver medal
   – World Championship – Bronze medal

In addition, in recent years, the world of nail art has also a big effect on me. My favorite fields:
– nail art made with stamping technique
– 3D nail art made with acrylics and PlastiLine gel
 – gel/gel polish painting

I still work in salon environment, and in addition, I have been training specialists for 10 years both in Hungary and abroad. I keep an eye on international fashion and nail art trends, and therefore I can teach you the most up-to-date and trendy nail art techniques. Since 2019 I have been offering online courses as well, most of which are – from now on – available at nailstamping.com. My course topics are compiled in a way to make the course material easy to learn and understand. I put much emphasis on showing you the processes in details, as well as on creating designs that are durable and perform well in salon environment and stay beautiful until the client returns to have their next manicure. My nail art designs – in which respect I teach you all ins and outs – do not only look fabulous, but also last for weeks. Join me, and I’ll show you how to astonish your clients with special and unique designs, and how to create such manicure for yourself that reflects your personality and will definitely not show up on others’ nails.

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