How to paint white french tips with cherries on them

French manicures have been around for ages, and there's a reason it's a classic look. After awhile it does get a little old, and maybe you're wondering what you can do to make your French manicure a little more exciting. Cherries to the rescue!
These subtle sweet treats at the tips of your nails will definitely make you smile and add a more modern twist to the old-fashioned manicure style. It's simple, fun, and you don't need an art degree to do this DIY. Even when cherries aren't in season, you can still enjoy these adorable and tasty fruits.
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Materials
-Nail file, clippers, buffer
-Clear gel polish
-White polish
-Small brush for detail work
-Red nail polish
-Dotting tool
-Green nail polish or nail art pen
-Clear gel top coat
Instructions
1. Clean up your claws with clippers, a cuticle stick, and a file, then buff away bumps with a buffer to create a smooth canvas for your artwork.
2. Paint on glossy clear gel polish for the base of your French manicure and allow it to air-dry.
3. Use a thin brush to paint the white half-moon tips of your classic manicure.
4. Now get ready to amp up your look with a dotting tool and some red nail polish. Use the dotting tool to create perfectly round cherries on the tip of each nail. Two look perfect!
5. Grab a green fine-tipped nail art pen or the small detail brush, then draw on the cherry stems in a "V" design right above the two cherries. They look good enough to eat!
6. Seal in your style with a gel top coat, which strengthens your nails and keeps your cherries cheerful for longer!
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