Painting your nails in this fluro swirl pattern is perfect for the party season!


  • 1 UV lamp
  • 1 shellac base coat
  • 1 shellac top coat
  • 1 fluro yellow shellac
  • 1 black shellac
  • 1 fluro pink shellac
  • 2 toothpick
  • 1 shellac nail cleanser
  • 1 disposable make up remover pad


  1. Clean your nails with the shellac nail cleanser and apply a thin coat of shellac base coat and cure under the uv lamp for 30 seconds.
  2. Apply a coat of the yellow shellac and cure under the uv lamp for 120 seconds. Repeat for thicker colour.
  3. Using a toothpick dip it into the black shellac and make swirls with it then cure under the uv lamp for 120 seconds.
  4. Then with the other toothpick also make swirls with the pink shellac and cure under the uv lamp for 120 seconds.
  5. Apply a coat of the shellac base coat and cure under the uv lamp for 120 seconds.
  6. Put some shellac nail cleanser on the disposable make-up pad and wipe all nails to remove any sticky residue and you are all done.

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  • Kelz81
    • 28 Dec 2014
      10:08 pm

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  • Looks great – I wonder if I could manage it.


  • These are some lovely looking nails


  • Bright colours great for summer


  • Never thought of swirling my nail polish but looks amazing


  • These look amazing! I’ve never bothered with nail polish myself as it tends to chip and damage easily


  • love the colours. They look just amazing. Very clever.


  • Great looking nails for a party,very pretty!


  • My favourite nails for costume parties.


  • They look wonderful. Pity I don’t have a UV Lamp. Thanks for sharing


  • These look so cool! Did i assume you also posted the foil nails post? You are great with nails!
    What is shellac?


  • Lovely! I think this would take a bit of practice but looks great. Thanks for sharing!


  • A great result I could never replicate.


  • Very pretty nails, thanks for posting.


  • this looks easy to do on one hand but I bet I can not do it on the other


  • This looks awesome, though there is no chance I would actually be able to pull it off.


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