It is also known as the “art in wet gel” technique and is versatile enough to create literally thousands of different designs.
1. After applying and curing your base color, apply a thin layer of wet clear gel.
2. Before curing, apply color lines of various thickness and spacing, but do not cure yet.
3. Use a thin nail art brush to “pull” the gel lines to your desired direction and cure.
You can customize the angle and shape of your lines by using different brush-control techniques. Use fast strokes with little pressure to create smooth, rounded edges for a delicate and soft curve. Using slightly harder pressure to pull the gel toward your desired side with a slow stroke will make for a more dramatic and square effect.