1) Pour your Acrylic Liquid into your Dappen Dish.
2) Dip the Acrylic Brush into the Dappen Dish and push the brush tip to the base of the Dappen Dish to get the air rises out.
3) Swipe the brush on the edge of the Dappen dish once to get the abundance fluid off.
4) Dip the brush tip into the Acrylic Powder and stroke the brush through the powder towards you until you make a chunk of acrylic (it should appear as though a small golf ball-if the ball is too wet or dry beginning once more).
5) Press the brush (with acrylic powder ball on) to a build up free cushion to deplete the abundance fluid off.
6) Apply the bundle of acrylic to the highest point of the nail (close to the fingernail skin) and bring the dab down to the very tip.
7) Sculpt the acrylic by squeezing the brush level to your nail and tenderly moving the acrylic to streamline knocks and to spread it out equally (make sure to keep your brush clean by dunking it into the acrylic fluid while doing this).
8) If you need more acrylic to cover the whole nail, rehash stages 2-7 until your content with the inclusion of the nail.
Utilizing a Pinching Tool: (in the event that you would prefer not to, continue to Step 9)
After you have worked on doing acrylic for some time or are sure doing fundamental acrylics; you can utilize a Pinching Tool on the nail to make the nail longer, progressively slim, and to make a more grounded C bend which will make the nail more grounded.