Mani Monday: Get Graphic with Summer's Must-Have Mani
To give your look a solid foundation, start with a strong base coat.
Jinsoon Power Coat was Jin Soon's pick.
Paint each nail a different vibrant hue. Make sure you use two coats of each shade!
Using a nail art brush or very thin paint brush, apply a swoop of royal blue beginning on the bottom left side of your pinky fingernail and pulling upwards towards the top right corner. Do the same thing on your ring finger but start on the bottom right side of the nail and work your way towards the left.
The bright blue used in this look is Jinsoon Blue Iris.
- On the rest of your nails, use the same thin brush dipped in your blue hue to create small triangles. Start with two on either side of the nail horizontally. Then draw two pointing at one another vertically and add a third coming in from the side.
Use a top coat to make sure your manicure stays for days!
Jinsoon Top Gloss was carefully painted on each nail.
Now you're ready to show off a manicure that's sure to make a lasting impression.
Manicurist: Jin Soon Choi at Jed Root
Model: Scarlett Angelina at Parts Models
Great manicures come in all shapes and sizes-but you're probably going to have a special affinity for these shapes and sizes! Angled lines and sharp triangles in royal blue cut through very vibrant shades to create this mega-bright look by polish guru Jin Soon Choi. Save tame taupe and barely-there beige for chilling out in the winter time. This amped up nail art is what you need right now!
Follow along as the look is broken down in five simple steps.
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