Happy Monday! I'm jolly today because this week, there's more exciting things happening for me! Benefit Opening at Greenbelt 5, Christmas Dinner with College friends, then...I'm off to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to be an actress! *hahahaha*
Just joking! I'm seriously off to Malaysia but sad to say, I'm not going to be an actress but I'll be joining fellow Nuffnangers for the Nuffnang Blog Awards 2011! Don't worry, I'll definitely share to you my experience and I'll be a good AMW reporter! :)
To my nail art loving readers and friends, no matter how busy I am, I won't forget the Christmas Series!
Last week, it was "Snowman Says "Hi"
This week, it's Rudolf saying: "I have a very shiny nose!"
A lot of you have seen the cameo of Rudolf when I did a review on the 3s Pre-glued lashes. To those who noticed and complimented his "cuteness", Rudolf blushes and says: "Thank you!" :P
Apply your preferred base coat to protect your nails. I finally repurchased my favorite ZOYA Anchor (Base Coat) full size when I visited Digital Traincase's booth at the Moonlit Bazaar.
Apply a coat of your choice of Matte White Polish, then top it with a glittery polish. Matte white polish is The Face Shop's WH002, glittery white polish is Caronia Crystal Frosted. Let dry.
Using any matte light brown polish of your choice, draw an arch as shown on photo below and fill in matte polish. This will be the face of Rudolf!
With L.A. Colors Art Deco Polish in black, draw the outline of the brown created on Step 2. If you do not have L.A. Colors Art Deco or any polish with thin brush, you can use art brushes that are sold in bookstores.
Step 4:With the same black polish, draw a long line then connect another 2 on each side for Rudolph's antler.
Using a nail art dotting tool, or toothpick, use a matte white polish (used as base) and create 2 big dots for the eyes.
Step 6:With the same dotting tool, this time, use a bright red polish and dot at the center, for the nose.
Once the white dots are completely dry, use a matte black polish and create a smaller dot to complete the eyes. I place it differently on each fingernail to show Rudolph's different eye expressions!
Step 8:Once the nail art are completely dry, top the design with a light, shimmery polish to make the nail art more festive and perfect for the holidays.
With the same glittery polish, concentrate more of the shimmers on the red nose. To create a really shiny nose as perfect for the song!
Step 10:Apply top coat of your choice to protect your hard work.
Rudolph, the Red Nose Reindeer
with super shiny red nose
showing different expressions! :)
How do you like my Christmas series nail art?