GlossaryLive Tag That Trend Gold & Blue Marble Textured Gel Art Lee Yeseul

Gold & Blue Marble Textured Gel Art

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Lee Yeseul

Korean nail artist Lee Yeseul’s gold and blue marble textured gel art design perfectly aligns with the spring and summer nail trends. This mesmerizing design is a true standout, combining classic and modern elements in a seamless and sophisticated manner. The effortless fusion of colors, textures, and accents creates a chic and stylish look that is sure to turn heads. Whether you choose a matte or high-gloss finish, this design exudes sophistication and is perfect for making a statement with your nails.Follow these simple steps to recreate Lee Yeseul’s coveted gold and blue marble textured gel art design and step into the world of trendy and glamorous nail art that will leave everyone in awe.

GlossaryLive Tag That Trend Gold & Blue Marble Textured Gel Art Lee Yeseul

PRODUCTS USED

  • File
  • Washable Buffer
  • Passet D Base Gel
  • Passet Non-wipe D Top Gel
  • Passet Color Gel (M103, WC05, WC06, Real Black, Real White)
  • Passet Gel Brush (Pattern, Point Oval)
  • Gel Cleanser
  • Passet Art Foil (A-01 Real Gold)
  • Tweezers
  • Passet LED Light
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STEPS

Choose & prepare a clear nail tip.

GlossaryLive Tag That Trend Gold & Blue Marble Textured Gel Art Lee Yeseul Step 2

Apply D Base Gel & cure.

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Apply two coats of Real White color & cure.

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Design marble texture with Real Black color using the point oval brush then cure

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Design marble texture with WC05, WC06, M103 colors using the point oval brush.

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Complete marble texture with dots & lines in Real Black color using the pattern brush then cure.

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Apply D Base Gel & cure, then wipe off uncured gel.

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Apply A-01 Real Gold foil on the 7 surface of the nail tip.

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To finish, apply Non-wipe D Top Gel & cure.

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Raised Blossom

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Alisha Rimando

In 1995, Alisha Rimando began her journey in the nail industry, quickly transitioning to become an educator. Inspired by World Champion Tom Holcomb, she traveled the world as an educator, competitor, and hand model, eventually earning her own World Championship title in 2005. Moving to New York in 2008, she contributed to the 6th edition of Milady Nail Technology and authored numerous textbooks. Alisha also worked as a session artist for magazines and designers at NY Fashion Week. She spent three years as Training Director at Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spas before returning to teaching following Holcomb’s passing in 2011. With over 25 years of experience, she now shares her expertise through GlossaryLive, a project honoring her mentor and celebrating nail artists worldwide.

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GlossaryLive Tag That Trend Love is the Point Kayley Cairns

Love is the Point

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Kayley Cairns

Kayley Cairns is a nail artist and educator from Essex, UK. Beginning her career in 2009, Kayley has since gone on to win a host of top industry awards including Nail Professional of the Year – Professional Beauty, BABTAC Nail Technician of the Year, 4 x Scratch Stars Awards, 2 x Nailympia Art Winner of Winners trophies and Nailympia UK Top Tech alongside a host of other UK and international competition wins. Having previously been a CND educator for five years, Kayley is now a lead educator for the Hazel Dixon Nail Artist academy. Whilst having a passion for nail art, Kayley holds a strong belief in the power of education to change lives and currently focuses on her continued professional development as an educator with a mission of empowering others to achieve their goals.

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Dagger

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Alisha Rimando

Global educator, champion nail artist and session stylist, Alisha Rimando shares a quick, nail art design that is simple to achieve with a handful of specialist products. This design not only looks stylish but it cleverly slims the nail for an elegant finish.

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GlossaryLive Tag That Trend Shelley Laxminarayan Blue Roses

Blue Roses

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Shelley Laxminarayan

With her roots lying in South Africa, in 2004 Shelley began her nail adventure at the Dream Nail Academy in Paarl, where she attended intensive training to become an All Round Nail Technician in a small group of four people. “I’m incredibly grateful to Sheila, the educator there, for her style of teaching, as she taught me the profession well. “Back in the Netherlands I combined my nail profession with my hairdressing career and in 2009 I opened my own nail salon. In 2018, I was one of the nominees for Nail Talent of the Year where I reached second place. I was so surprised and proud. I then started training for my first national competition and reached 3rd place, this was when my competition fever struck. In the years that followed, I’ve participated in many competitions, nationally and internationally. I’ve always won prizes so far, and can proudly say that I’m a national and international champion. I’m an educator for the LoveNess nail brand, whish I teach with passion, as I love to share my knowledge and watch students’ grow. Education is key to success in this industry.”

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Alisha Rimando

Global educator, champion nail artist and session stylist, Alisha Rimando shares a quick, yet stylish design that takes just minutes to create for maximum effect when creating party-themed, seasonal nails.

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GlossaryLive Tag That Trend Steph Smith Out of Africa

Out of Africa

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Steph Smith

Starting her nail journey from sheer boredom while working for a high street bank in 1999, Steph Smith, already qualified in depilation, decided to go to college to get further qualifications. After completing manicure and pedicure, Steph took a Saturday job in a salon to gain experience. “I was quickly put onto more professional courses and asked if I’d train in gel nail enhancements, which I gladly did,” Steph recalls. “After working in a series of salons, I opened my own in 2004. Not knowing the industry so well back then, I threw myself into Nail Professional of the Year and Nail Salon of the Year competitions and was surprised when I reached the finals of both categories for three consecutive years.

“Several years later, emerging from personal trauma, I found myself renting salon space and flitting from here to there, never completely settling. However, 19 years down the line, I’ve built everything back up and now run my own salon again. I made the career change into nails at the age of 40 and now, as I approach my 60th birthday, my love of nails is greater than ever. I’m delighted to be in my own salon again. You’re never too old to chase your dreams.”

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Steam Punk in Blue

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Sue Rangeley

Sue Rangeley joined the nail industry back in year 2000. Since that time, she has run a successful salon business for a number of years. However, Sue moved her focus onto education, after finding a passion for teaching. During the pursuit of teaching qualifications at Huddersfield University, Sue was offered a position as teacher/trainer inside FE colleges across West Yorkshire where she further realized her passion for education. Once qualified, Sue onto complete assessor and Internal verification awards and has now been working in FE colleges for the last eight years.

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Feathered Fall

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Alisha Rimando

Alisha Rimando, recognized as one of the nail industry’s leading experts in training and education, is the featured artist in many training videos, including hosting the current Milady Standard Nail Technology DVD Series. Here, Alisha creates a striking nail art design in 9 simple steps using a series of gel polish colors, a striper brush and gold foil transfer paper.

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GlossaryLive Tag That Trend Milena Mingozzi The Witch

The Witch

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Milena Mingozzi

Learn how to approach a piece of 3D mixed media / fantasy artwork using the L&P acrylic liquid & powder system. Here, Milena showcases how to start imagining your piece, drawing it out, creating its architecture, form & structure and then how you move into the crafting of the character as well as the detailing of all elements that bring it to life.

GlossaryLive Tag That Trend Milena Mingozzi The Witch

PRODUCTS USED

    • Hobbyist Clay
    • Orangewood Stick
    • Nail Art Tools
    • Acrylic Brushes in Various Sizes
    • A Series of Colored Powders
    • Liquid Monomer
    • Dappen Dish
    • Forms/wax Paper
    • Small Hand Roller
    • Bird’s Feather
    • Small Pin to Add Very Tiny Detailing
    • Brush Fibers
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GlossaryLive Tag That Trend Milena Mingozzi The Witch Step 1

Choose a picture from which to gain inspiration & ideas for shape, structure & detailing.

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 Draw an outline sketch of the witch as you want her to look.

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Build the shape of your witch using white hobby clay. Manipulate & sculpt it into shape, then leave it to harden. Place a pin inside the body for stability.

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Take a series of pink beads of acrylic & cover the entire clay form. Use a thin implement to start adding features to the body to sculpt her form. Start at her buttocks & down her spine.

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Now sculpt her nose & form her facial features, creating hollows for eyes & humps for cheekbones to give her a wizened look.

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Using a series of colored acrylic powders, monomer & brushes in a suitable size for each part of the body, give life & color to this witch.

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Use small beads of acrylic to build out her boney chin.

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Use a small nail art tool to gently sculpt her facial expression.

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Use black ink in a pen to outline the eyes with black liner.

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Take small dark colored acrylic beads & add warts to her face, & a big bushy eyebrow. Use a small nail art tool to give the eyebrow texture. Stick small hairs from an old art brush into the warts to make her look truly ghastly before they cure. A small white bead in the center of a darker bead to create her eyeball, will give the idea of a cataract, giving her a sense of moodiness.

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Build up the character in her face with small beads of relevant shades around the eyes. Bring her character to life with careful placing of tiny beads.

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Use varying shades of pink skin tone shades to highlight & shade the details on her face.

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Move to her buttocks & legs, cover with a very thin, wetter bead of your chosen shade for her stockings.

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Continue with the colored beads as you completely cover her legs.

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Create the black stripes of the stockings using black ink, a pen & brush.

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For the tailcoat to her cloak, take a wet bead of your chosen color & place it between two sheets of wax paper of the disused part of a nail form. Then use a roller to flatten & thin out the bead. Let it cure & then attach using an acrylic bead to the figurine.

GlossaryLive Tag That Trend Milena Mingozzi The Witch Step 18

Add the hair using the filaments from a black raven bird’s feather. This was collected from Milena’s garden. “Nature gives us everything for our work & our imagination,” Milena cites.

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Use the same method as you used for the cloak to create a flat, thin piece of colored acrylic for her hat. Place this on your finger, use hot air if you need to make it softer, then fold it around your finger to create the shape of a hat.

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Using a small bead of acrylic pop the hat on her head to stabilize it.

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Before the hat cures, bend & shape it to make it look well worn.

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To shape the fingers create tiny beads of skin-toned acrylic & create each single finger to look lumpy & boney, remembering to create bumps where her knuckles will sit. Sculpt each one with a tiny tool & micro beads of acrylic. Next sculpt her hands onto the end of the arms & attach each individual finger using a very small 3D brush.

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Complete your witch by adding more of her cloak, her collar & then check her all over to add in any further details, color shading, shapes, shadows & highlights. You now have a witch, you just need to sculpt her broom!

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