Happy Tuesday! Nail Art Tutorial time! It has been a series of "game-inspired" or "cartoon inspired" nail art and I feel bad for those who are not into those types of nail art!
So, for the "not-so-childish" readers out there, I've done a colorful nail art inspired by the Festivities happening in my own country! I can't say I'll be celebrating summer as the weather went ballistic over the weekend, with the typhoon, all I can say is..Bring in the Sunshine! Bring in colorful festivities happening all over the country! Let's celebrate life! Let's be happy!
I applied Zoya Anchor Basecoat to protect the nails from yellowing. Apply 2 coats of BW Peachy polish. Let dry.
Using Caronia Frosted Polish in Sweet Surprise, I drew diagonal shape as shown on photo below.
Making sure the yellow polish is completely dry, I drew an opposite diagonal line overlapping the yellow polish. As shown on photo below, I am using Revlon Polish in Siren.
Draw random lines with L.A. Color Art Deco Polish in Black.
With L.A. Art Deco Polish in White, I drew another line going upwards.
Since I'm in the mood for colors, I've added L.A. Art Deco polish in Sky Blue. At this stage, it all boils down to your own style and creativity! If you find it too colorful, you can stop as early as Steps 4 or 5!
Aside from lines, I wanted to include dots. With my trustee nail art dotting tool, I've created black dots and yellow dots!
Step 8: (Optional)
Since I'm a sucker for extra steps! LOL I made a plain yellow base on my left hand's pinkie finger and plain orange base on the right hand's pinkie finger. Random dots!
Making sure the nail art designs are COMPLETELY dry, I applied Winmax glittery polish! This actually helps make the nail art pop out!
Applied ZOYA Armor Topcoat and UV Block. Will review the ZOYA base and top coat soon! I find them really good!
Thanks for reading this tutorial!
Looking at the colors, don't you think what a wonderful world we live in to enjoy such lovely colors? I get cheer-y whenever I glance at my nails!
What do you do to brighten up your day?