This Mani Monday we’re showing you a quick and easy nail art DIY using just one polish color and reinforcement labels!

It’s Monday, we get it. You’re probably rushing around trying to catch up on everything that you missed over the weekend. When you’re all in a frenzy, sometimes nail care get pushed by the wayside. But not today! We’ve come up with a super fast nail art tutorial that will take your hands from drab to fab in no time. So reach for the reinforcement labels and quick drying drops, because this reverse French manicure is easy as can be.

What you need:

  • Deborah Lippmann nail polish in “I Know What Boys Like”
  • Deborah Lippmann CC base coat in “All About That Base”
  • Deborah Lippmann quick dry drops in “The Wait is Over”
  • Deborah Lippmann high gloss top coat in “On a Clear Day”
  • 10 reinforcement labels

What to do:

  1. Start by painting each nail with a layer of the “All About That Base” CC base coat. Since there will be no colored polish on the base of the nails, make sure your nails are nourished and moisturized. Thankfully, this base coat contains 10 nail-perfecting benefits for a gorgeous unpainted crescent.
  2. Once the base coat is dry, place a reinforcement label at the bottom of each nail covering the lunula (the white crescent shape at the base of the nail).
  3. Paint the exposed nail with the “I Know What Boys Like” periwinkle polish.
  4. Drip the “The Wait is Over” quick dry drops on each nail to speed up the process.
  5. Remove the labels and paint each full nail with “On a Clear Day” top coat. Use quick dry drops again to finish the look!

What’s your quick go-to nail routine?

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