Apply one to two coats of any Topper to any completely dry nail cocktail for different finishes and textures: Vodka for high shine. Chilled for a satiny matte finish. On The Rocks for icy glitter. Crushed Ice for silvery shimmer. Spritzer for golden sheen. Blue Flame for blue iridescence. Sugar Rim for dazzling multicolor glimmer. Gold Haze for shimmering gold pearl. Dry Gin quick dry top coat that cuts polish dry time as it shines and protects.
Use any Nailtini lacquer over these simple stencils. Just peel the garnish from the backing paper making sure any inner design remains on paper. Position smoothly as desired on completely dry bare or polished nails. Carefully and evenly apply one generous coat of Nailtini lacquer over the stencil. While polish is still wet, gently peel away the stencil. Allow to dry and top with your favorite Nailtini Topper.
Before use, roll bottle between palms or shake gently.
Be sure to let every coat dry completely before applying another.
Don't apply Mixer too close to the cuticle - you don't want it peeking out from underneath a layer of Straight Up Color
For maximum wear, apply one coat of Vodka Topper as a base coat for any nail cocktail.
To keep brush in prime condition, wipe Topper brush on a paper towel after painting each nail before replacing in bottle.
Be sure polish is COMPLETELY DRY before applying Garnish to polished nails - otherwise, the adhesive could pull off the polish underneath. In fact, the best time to add Garnish is 24 hours after polishing nails.
You can apply Garnish vertically, diagonally or even horizontally to stir things up.
Garnish works great on toes - fingernails aren't the only nails that should be cocktailed!
Mixers and Toppers also work great alone and with Garnish.
Any Nailtini lacquers can be layered. Just start with darker colors and go lighter from there - don't be afraid to experiment.
Frappé and Frothé Straight Up Colors are super sheer - sounds like they'd work as Toppers. What did we say about experimenting?
B.Y.O.P. - Bring your own polish to your manicurist and let a pro serve up your Nailtini cocktail.