Steps to Apply PolyNail Nail Art
Use nail glue to adhere the
PolyNail nail art slices to the fingernail in the desired location,
making sure to seal all the edges with glue. Just start with a small
drop of glue and spread it around with the tip of the glue bottle -
too much glue can make it difficult to place your slices.
Once the glue is dry you may
sand the top of the slices lightly with a nail file if necessary to
even the edges or remove any excess glue. Since the design
goes all the way through the slice you won't mar the design if you
gently file the top.
Apply a clear coat or a layer
of acrylic or gel over the slices, allow to dry, and you're ready to
Remove the nail art by
soaking your nails in acetone nail polish remover until the glue
dissolves, then gently peel away any remaining designs.
Slice Polymer Clay Nail Art Canes
The key to slicing polymer
clay nail art canes is to get them warm first. The canes
should be warm to the touch, but not hot. You may place the
canes in a coffee cup of water that has already been warmed in the
microwave, put them on a heating pad set on low, or warm them on top
of paper towels in a toaster oven.
Whichever method you choose,
be sure to keep the canes from getting too hot as the clay will turn
brown if it burns. For the thinnest cuts, use a polymer clay
cutting blade found in craft stores, or a tissue blade from a