How to Use 2 Colors for Your Pedicure

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Using two colors for your pedicure is a great way to inject a little extra fun into your look. Find out how to use two colors for your pedicure with help from a licensed nail technician in this free video clip.

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Hi, everyone. My name is Joi, licensed nail technician, and I want to show you all today how to use two colors for your pedicure. So the tool that we're going to use today, base coat, top coat and then of course whatever two colors you choose. So we're going to be using a couple of purplish shades today. And as usual you will of course, you know, regular pedicure all the way up to your base coat. OK. And then you're going to follow up with your first color. So I'm going to go with the light purple shade here. And I'm going to put that all over. This is going to serve as my base color here. OK. So it's going to go all over the whole nail and then what I want to do next is to just give it a couple of seconds to dry. OK. Now too long, just so that it's not thoroughly wet there. Because what we're going to do is we're going to follow with the next color and we're just going to do sort of like color blocking, meaning we just have two bold colors right next to each other. So I've got the dark color, so I'm just going to go down to the middle of the nail. And with the second coat you may actually have to go back and sort of fix it up just a little bit, which is fine as long as you don't go too thick. Just going to go along the bottom making it neater, going all the way across here. And then as usual, we're going to follow it up with our top coat. And there you have it. Sort of like a more modern French pedicure, just a little bit of cool nail art. So that was how to use two colors for your pedicure and again, my name is Joi. Bye.

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