Open a new document 100 X 100 white background. New Layer,
|2) Now go to the round layer, with your mouse right click the layer and choose blending option go down to the bottom and check stroke, then use these settings.|
Now get the Brush Tool (B),
choose smooth brush size 27, and get
the flow setting at the top of your menu bar next to opacity to 57%. Make a
new layer and go to the top of your round circle and make a dot
just like the pic on your left.
Make a new layer, Grab your Brush Tool (B) choose 17 as size
flow as before 57% and place
another dot next one already there.
|5) New layer, Grab the Elliptical Marquee Tool (M) go to the left part of your round circle and make a circle like on the left image. Grab the Gradient Tool (G) Set the foreground color to white then change your gradient option to "foreground to transparent" then apply a vertical gradient starting from the top of the selection to the center of button.|
|6) Duplicate the layer then go to Image --> Adjustments --> Hue/Saturation and use these settings Hue:68; Saturation:100; Lightness:-22 apply then move the layer to the center of the round button check left image then change the layer effect to Color Dodge.|
|7) Make a new layer, Grab your Brush Tool (B) choose 27 as size same flow as before 57% and place in the middle, then go to Image --> Adjustments --> Hue/Saturation and use these settings Hue:68; Saturation:100; Lightness:-22. Grab the Smudge Tool (R) If you prefer better the Pointing finger check that the Stength in the top status under menu next to Mode is at 50% then smudge away to cover the bottom of the round circle and the side check image on the left set the layer effect to Color Dodge.|
|8) Duplicate the layer to give it more glow effect merge the whole layers together.|
9) Duplicate the layer and give it Color Burn as a layer effect Duplicate the layer as much as you like till you get the desired effect and dont forget change the layer effect for a different look and you done :)