Hello, my dear! I’m really glad to see you on my channel again! Well girls, today is a new tutorial! Let’s go! Today we will continue to work with pigments. As I already told you, today we will make a mirror rub of pigment. What is mirror pigment powder? This is when the pigment is rubbed into top coat without residual stickiness. But there are some nuances. So, if the pigment is not rubbed into your top coat after it is completely dried, this means that your top coat needs to be dried out not fully. And you need to rub the pigment after 5-10 seconds of drying. Then he rubbed wonderfully. As you can see, I dry the taco in literally 5 seconds and rub the pigment into it. The pigment is rubbed very nicely and we get a perfect mirror surface. If you overr dryed your taco and your pigment is still not rubbed, then you can wipe the surface of the coat using a liquid to remove the sticky layer and then the pigment will be rubbed into the liquid. That is, the pigment is rubbed into the dried material. In order to make the surface completely mirror-like, we rub the pigment with our finger until it becomes completely mirror-like. In principle, any pigment, any grinding, can be rubbed so as to obtain a mirror surface. The only thing that will depend on the grinding of the pigment is how tightly its parts will be located to each other. And how much dense mirror surface you get. Now you can see for comparison one nail tips was rubbed in a pigment to the mirror surface, and the other was rubbed into an sticky layer with a fabric effect. This effect, which occurs when the pigment is rubbed into the sticky layer, reminds me of some kind of fabric. It resembles something like silk, brocade or similar fabric. And since I have three nail tips in which a mirror pigment has been rubbed in, we will of course draw on them. Because it will not be interesting to just leave nail tips. So, on the first nail tip we draw some kind of geometric patterns. These will be the simplest lines. In this case, in order to design a gentle, we use rounded elements. We draw such spirals and emphasize them with living lines on the sides. What does “the living line” mean in this case? This is when the line goes from thick to thin. That is, the thickness moves along the line. The more interesting you will have the thickness in the lines, the more interesting your design will turn out. Pay attention to how I perform this item. First I lay the line, and then I put the seals in the places where I need it. When drawing a line, you can simply press on the brush in those places where I want to make a thicker element. That is, to press the brush so that the brush opens and its pile gives a thicker line. The girls who studied on my course “Thin Line” understood what I was talking about now and they will definitely try to make this dyin and work on the movement of the brush. And those who have not been trained in this course will certainly want to learn this. In fact, this design is completely simple, very light and very fast. There is nothing difficult in the implementation of these elements. Therefore, everyone will be able to cope with this design and in the hands of the client it will look great. And since today we are working with pigments, then of course we rub pigment into drawing. In this case, I used such a ginger color. It looks great combination of orange and green pigments. On the second nail tips, we repeat the reception with live lines. Here you can see in great detail how the brush moves in those places when I need to seal the line. On this nail tips, we will do the so-called chasing effect. That is, we have the lower part of the nail tips worn down to the mirror surface and with the same pigment we will rub in our elements. And we will have that the pigment will emphasize the volume of our lines, they will look more textured and at the same time we will have a completely mirror surface. Do not forget to cover the design with top coat, this is important because without it your rubbing will be erased. So, in this video we have got two absolutely simple designs and any master who even took the brush in his hands for the first time will cope with them. I believe in you! You will succeed! And this design is not so simple. It will be really difficult with him. In this case, to draw the design, I put a grid for marking. That is, these intersections of lines that I try to do at the same distance so that I can get the same squares, this is the grid that will help me to make a symmetrical design. So, we focus on the cells of this markup and I start to create some elements. At the same time in my head there was no finished picture, that is, all the elements appear in the process of work and there will be something that we will succeed. As a result, we have a very beautiful design that I really liked. This is my favorite from the series of these designs. And those of you who missed yesterday’s video with the first part about pigment powders, I advise you to go back and see it, because there, too, very interesting designs. So, we have filled our markup with the elements that we thought were necessary in this design. And send it to dry. We dry it for 10 seconds and rub the pigment. Of course, the pigment rubbed into the entire surface: the design we need, and the marking lines. But on this occasion I do not worry, because I was going to fill the entire surface of the nail tips. So, I basically have a mirror rub, which will remain very subtle elements in the space between some lines. And I will fill other large elements with black color and I will rub green pigment there. It is at this stage that we hide all the errors with the fact that in some places you can see the markup. I will add some highlights using white to show the most bright design places. And I get such an interesting design, it reminds me a bit of Turkish style. It looks very interesting! What it looks like I have no idea. If you have any ideas about this, then write me in the comments. These are the six stunning designs we have learned to draw with you. Those who have not seen the beginning, be sure to watch yesterday’s video. And I say goodbye to you today! See you soon! Bye!