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HOW-TO: Poison Ivy Nails with Vine Effects

Lauren Salapatek | June 5, 2014 | 1:32 PM

For the Blonds Fall/Winter 2014 runway show, CND's team of Education Ambassadors created 23 unique "good girl gone bad" nail designs in the CND Design lab. Learn how to translate this mini-masterpiece into a DIY wearable work of art. Here, learn the Poison Ivy nail design by CND Education Ambassador, Amanda Fontanarrosa.

STEP 1: Apply two thin coats of VINYLUX Weekly Polish in Crimson Sash and allow to dry.

STEP 2: Apply VINYLUX Weekly Polish in Indigo Frock in a vine-like pattern, and while still tacky, use gold and green foil to highlight vines.

STEP 3: Use a detail brush to carefully outline vines with VINYLUX Weekly Polish in Plum Paisley.

STEP 4: Finish with one layer of VINYLUX Weekly Top Coat.

HOW-TO: Poison Ivy Nails with Vine Effects

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