Ombre Dipping Powder with Spider Gel Technique

It is colorful, lively and most importantly, fun! It is the newest trend in nail art, the spider gel technique. This innovative nail art has been sweeping social media platforms because it looks so much fun. It can transform a basic nail art into a works of modern art. This also makes a good alternative to the sparkly stuff, so what are we waiting for? Let’s keep the ball rollin’ and let’s create our own look.

Spider Gel Technique

1. Green and Yellow Ombre with Spider Gel on Top

To start, create the ombre basecoat using LDS D104 Wanderlust and LDS D99 Pale Yellow. For a sparkly touch, dip the brush of LDS Liquid Gel Base on glitters and apply it on the nail on a fading effect. Then create a free-hand design using spider gel and that’s it.

2. Mid-Vertical Ombre with a Touch of Spider Gel

The base coat is still LDS D104 Wanderlust and LDS D99 Pale Yellow but this time the ombre effect will be achieved by coating both sides of the nails with LDS D104 Wanderlust and the middle with LDS D99 Pale Yellow. To create that look, paint the entire nail bed yellow then apply LDS D104 Wanderlust and glitters on both sides. Use a black polish to highlight the design and apply spider gel on the yellow part and voila you now have a very trendy nail art.

3. Green and Yellow Ombre with Spider Gel on the Middle

To achieve this look, follow the same instructions as the first design. This time, instead of putting the spider gel on top, you put it in the center. There you have it, you now have a completely different look.

4. Cloudy Ombre of Green and Yellow with Spider Gel Tip

Like your nails to dazzle and have plenty of sparkle? Then this design is for you. Here we created a cloud-like basecoat by combining yet again LDS D104 Wanderlust and LDS D99 Pale Yellow. The technique to achieving this look is by coating the nail free-hand style, then the cloud effect will be achieved by covering the painted nail with LDS Clear Powder. To complete the look, create a V-shaped design using spider gel on the tip. You can create a similar look on any nail shape but it is best suited to longer nails.

5. Cloudy Ombre of Green and Yellow with Spider Gel on Side

One good thing about spider gel is that it can create tons of look without too much effort. In this nail art design, you will follow the same instructions in number four but instead of putting the spider gel on the tip of the nail, you put it on one side only and poof! Another look is created. Recreate this look or you can swap the colors around and have the spider gel as an accent.

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