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I Don’t Think Your Ready For This Jelly

By Fashionlushxx @fashionlushxx


Long time since I have done a nail tutorial, mainly cause I really haven’t had time to do my nails. Which is painful for me, cause I really hate having chipped or bare nails. Ewww, major party foul. I saw the jelly sandwich mani a while back, and have always wanted to try it out. Once again, not enough hours in a day!! Until now…

It’s not that I am any less busy now, nor did I get an extra hour in my day. My secret to having more time to get shit done? Energy. I have been on a cleanse for about 2 weeks now (1 more to go). It is a purification cleanse meant to clear your system of disgusting toxins. I have literally never felt better. I highlllyyy recommend it.

Hardest part? Cutting out on booze for these 3 weeks. I am really missing my red wine. 

Back to the nails, they turned out just right. It is the perfect nail for a girl who is often short on time, but likes to get weird with their mani’s. Like myself.


+ Supplies Needed: A solid color nail polish (this will be used to create your jelly polish), a sparkle polish or two, cheapo clear nail polish, and Quick Dry Polish Drops- it’s optional but will speed up the drying process.

+ My Color Choices: Viola, Vivien, Patti


+ Step 1: Empty about 3/4 of your clear nail polish into the trash. Add 5-10 drops of your color to the bottle of clear depending on how you prefer your jelly. More drops if you want it darker, less drops if you want it more sheer.


+ Step 2: Paint 1-2 coats of your jelly.


+ Step 3: Apply a layer of glitter, let it dry. Apply 1-2 coats of the jelly over top the glitter, let dry. Apply top coat, done.

+ Use the Quick Dry Drops between layers, this magical stuff makes dry time about 5 seconds. Not kidding.


+ I wanted to try a more vampy jelly sandwich, so instead of using the jelly as my base and top coat- I just used it as my top coat. For the base, I used the color by itself.


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