How to do hot pink iridescent nails

If you love pink (and who doesn't?), then why not include a little color in your iridescent manicure? This combination couldn't be simpler. To create this look, you'll use your favorite pink polish as a base coat. (No gel required.) After that, pick an iridescent nail powder to top it with, and you'll have an eye-catching look that will turn heads.
To keep nails looking great for up to two weeks, it's recommended you use a gel top coat to seal in the shine and glamour. For that step, you will need a UV lamp to cure the polish, but the step is well worth the effort and only takes 30 to 40 seconds. Once you're done, you'll have a hot pink iridescent look that will have people wondering how you did it. Ready to get started? Watch the quick tutorial to see how fast and simple it really is to look pretty in pink.
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Materials
- Hot pink nail polish
- Sponge applicator (or just use your fingers)
- Iridescent nail powder
- Gel polish top coat
- UV lamp
- Cloth or towel
Directions
1. Begin by making sure your nails are clean and free of polish or oil.
2. Apply one to two coats of hot pink polish to your nails, and let them dry fully.
3. Rub iridescent powder onto each nail. You can do this with your fingers if you don't have a sponge applicator.
4. Finish by applying a gel polish top coat and curing for 30 seconds.
5. Wipe off any excess powder with a cloth or towel.
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