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How-to Nail: Criss Cross

Valeria Fanelli | June 7, 2012 | 10:16 AM
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Polish on 2 coats Alpine Snow. Cure 30 seconds each coat. Remove residue with nail antiseptic spray 99
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Using a fine point brush, create criss-cross pattern with OPI Red. Cure 30 seconds.
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Using a fine point brush, create criss-cross in between lines with Black Onyx. Cure 30 seconds.
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Polish on Top Coat. Cure 30 seconds. Remove residue with Nail Wipe and nail antisactic spray 99.
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Officially launched in October 2011, OPI introduced their brand of UV manicures. With a total of 30 Gelcolor Colors available for application, OPI is now coming out with more how-to steps for professional nail technicians on how to creatively use different polishes in the line. Gelcolor by OPI infuses 6th generation advanced gel polymer chemistry with LED technology. Fully cured from foundation to finish in four minutes per set, Gel Color lasts on nails for two weeks and can be removed in minutes.

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