supplies: makeup sponge, black nail polish, clear coat, teal nail polish (I used some NYC color)
1. paint your nail black.
2. put teal on the sponge and dab it on.
3 once it dries, put on clear coat.
mine didn’t come out exactly right, but hey, I like it. and if you like the heart on my wrist, it’s marker.
by the way, you can tell I’m watching the olympics.
after many tries, I managed to get my hair in a bow. tada. it’s not perfect, but I like it.
my musical living room<3
me, before I went to a Taylor Swift concert last summer
I don’t look fantastic in this shirt, but this was my formal hair<3
supplies: Konad nail stamps, OPI nail lacquer in a pinky color that was unnamed, white fine brush (Milani nail art with precision brush), black fine brush (Kiss nail art paint), clear coat.
1. paint nails pink.
2. on all fingers except ring, do zebra nail designs with white fine brush.
3. when they dry, draw the same lines with black, either on the top or on the bottom of the white line, overlapping slightly.
4. put white konad polish on the konad stamps, brush off excess with the blade thing, quickly put the rubbery ball on it, then in a smooth, flowing motion, stamp on your nail.
Please note: again, I used multiple designs on my ring finger, not just one.
5. apply clear coat.
(this is the nail polish remover I typically use, if you were wondering)
Supplies: fake nails and NYC nail polish, seen above.
Steps: for my eighth grade graduation, I put Claire’s fake nails on. I wanted them to better match my dress, so I put some light blue polish over the clear part. I really liked the effect, so..
supplies: migi nail art pens in white, pink, black, and a clear coat.
1. I supposed you could paint your nail pink first, but I didn’t—it’d be too thick. So I made a large white semi-circle on my nail, the panda’s head.
2. using the black pen, I made two ovals on the top of the panda’s head—his ears.
3. once the white was dry, I used the black pen to make 2 large black circles and one smaller one—his eyes and nose.
4. once the black dried, I put the little white dots in the center of the black dots with the white pens.
5. once all this was dry, I took the pink polish pen and filled in all the area around his head and ears.
6. once that dried, I put clear coat over the whole thing.
supplies: dark blue/black polish, white konad nail polish, konad nail template set.
1. Paint your nails with your dark blue or black polish. I used dark blue, not that you can tell. It looks black, but it’s not. let dry.
2. pick out a template you want to use. put white polish on the design, wipe off excess with blade-like thing, quickly press the stamper to the design, pull away, and in a smooth, almost rolling motion, press onto nail.
Note: on my fingers, I tended to put more than one design. My thumb, middle, and ring had two designs I combined into one.
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