Let’s Paint a Rose
A – Polish a nail with red and allow to dry
B – Draw the background of rose with ivory
C – Hold the brush(#4-Flat) so that the white side of the brush is facing the outside,
 red side toward the center, and paint opposite C stroke 
D – Paint C stroke and let the tale meet the end of opposite C stroke.
E – Paint Comma on the right, push to one side of brush and lift to chisel edge
F – Paint Opposite Comma on the left
G – Repeat E & F strokes.  Turn the nail for easier positioning,  if needed
H – Fill in with dark red color between the petals
*Are you satisfied the rose you just painted as is?  Go to next step “L” without the petals
I – Dot Stroke with darker ivory, bigger black dots show applied pressure compare others
J – Outline the edges of leaves
K – Add lighter value of color
L –  Pull the brush on it’s tip, create randomly curving vines
*Allow the rose to dry and apply  top coat.

How to double load nail art paints?

Load with Shade value one side and Light value on the other side, work the brush back and forth on your palette
until a gradual transition of color is achieved. It is very useful for establishing light and dark patterns in areas where
a textured, gradual transition of color is desired, gradual transition of color is desired.