Color: Crystal (gold) (Please note that because of the nature of coating, it is very hard to capture the true color because of the reflections.)
Style 1: (This is for 144 piece for ONE size from the list sizes below) Style: 1 of each size = 144 piece (per bag) This not mix sizes they come individually bagged per size.
Shape: Round Flatback Foiled, No Hotfix
Style 2: (size ss3, ss5,ss8,ss10,ss16 & ss20) is Qty.12 each size for total 144 Style 2: 144 pieces (per bag) This is a mix size bag.
* Tracking (will Not) be provided due to keeping cost down for buyer, you will be notified that item has shipped and from there Delivery is 2-4 Days. Thank You!
Summary: How to Apply Crystals in Nail Art SETTING CRYSTALS WITH GEL POLISH (to acrylic or natural nail) Step 1: Apply gel foundation, cure under the LED/UV light. Then apply gel color of your choice, cure under the LED/UV light. Step 2: Prepare the nail with an emery board to roughen area to where crystals will be applied. Then, wipe nails clean with rubbing alcohol using a lint-free wipe. Step 3: Apply a gel top coat to the entire nail. Use a wax pickup tool to pick up the crystals and arrange the crystal in the design of your choice. Cure under the LED/UV light. Step 4: Place a drop of gel top coat onto a non-porous surface and dip a small detailing brush into it. Using the detailing brush, apply the top coat around the crystals, sealing the edges and creating a "prong" setting. Cure under the LED/UV light.
SETTING CRYSTALS WITH NAIL GLUE ON POLISH (For best results, we recommend setting Swarovski crystals into gel) Step 1: Apply base coat and nail color of your choice to the nail and allow to dry. Step 2: Add a small amount of nail glue to a toothpick and place on the polished nail, only where you want to add the crystal. Step 3: Use a wax pickup tool to pick up the crystals in the design of your choice. Step 4: Place a drop of top coat onto a non-porous surface and dip a small detailing brush into it. Using the detailing brush, apply the top coat around the crystals, sealing the edges and creating a "prong" setting. Carefully apply top coat to the remaining surface of the nail. ns that it is temporarily unavailable.