Well I decided to start my own Veil application page cause I hit several road bumps in doing it but learned a few things that I think can be passed on and be very helpful.
First step was getting some denatured concentrated alcohol and cleaning the headlights and fog lights and front emblem. Mine were in good condition so no restoration necessary. I then took blue painter's tape and masked it around the headlights and fog lights in two layers....make sure its done PERFECTLY or Veil will seep through.....you'll see it on my fog lights...BUT rubbing alcohol takes it off real easily if you mess up.
I bought an airbrush kit to spry it which was working great until after the first headlight and fog light then the thing clogged on me. (this happen to anyone else airbrushing veil?). So this was road bump one which caused me to switch gears and use brushes instead. Granted I was bit PO'D here having to do this but might have struck gold too.
Here is the biggest thing I discovered! Take one of the smaller sponge brushes and dab the tip in. Thats it just dabbed it dont drench the thing. Apply it to the middle of the HL and then smooth it out to the sides. it will go on as a very very light coat almost transparent. Then use one of the bigger brushes to smooth the lines out. Do the same for the fogs but this is trickier as they are smaller.
I then did 5 runs of this over my HL, fogs, and front emblem each time just dipping the small brush and applying a light coat on the light then smoothing it with the large brush. I let each application dry about ten mins before the next. The result was no streaks or brush lines...almost an airbrush like application, ie pseudo hybrid.
I also used the big brush and veiled my Laser Shield cover as well. Used the big brush one application although it seeped through the plate holes to the other side and looked junk but using rubbing alcohol on the backside took ti right off looks perfect. (note i used the big brush to smooth my lights during application afetr veiling the LP cover so you may have to dip that slightly the first go aorund on the fogs and HL).
So here's some pics any questions fire away. You'll see my prep pick then reg lights Vs veiled and the front plate. Makes em look slightly tinted, quite nice actually.
But I think i pulled off an airbrush like approach using the brushes in thin multiple layers giving on streaks. Oh and you can def veil the laser shield...I did just one layer though on that not 5.