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1. Gather your supplies and prep your nails. I used a-England The Knight (basecoat), Essie Blanc, a neon green, neon pink, and neon blue by Color Club (this look would be amazing with pastels, or monochromatic color schemes though!), Scotch tape, a cosmetic sponge, scissors, and tweezers. 2. Paint two coats of your base color. I used a white base so the lines would pop amongst the neons. Make sure your base colour is completely dry, or use a quick dry top coat before moving to the next step. 3. Hopefully this step won't be too confusing to explain, but this is just how I did it. Take a piece of tape and make a small vertical cut at one of the corners. Using tweezers, tear the tape vertically angled a bit to the right, creating a long triangular shape. The thinner the better, though I think it looks good if they vary in size anyways! I used four or five pieces on each nail for reference, and be sure to leave a "tail" so they are easily removed. 4. With the sponge, paint one of the corners with the first color, and sponge in a few random sections on the nail. 5. Repeat step 4 with the second color. Overlapping a bit of the previous color without covering too much area is what you want, keeping the texture of the sponging, but also blending the colors a bit together. 6. Repeat with the third color, covering the rest of the white on the nail. 7. Remove the tape from the nails one by one. I like to use tweezers for this step. 8. Clean up the cuticle with some remover. I just used a cotton swab (which I removed most of the cotton from) to make it easier. 9. Wait a few moments, (you do not want to smudge your work!) then finish with a top coat! lacquerstyle.com

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