12/11/2017

Negative Space Christmas Tree Branch Nail Art




Today's manicure is a negative space Christmas tree branch nail art.


1. Apply base coat to protect your natural nails,

2. Paint the lower part of the nail very light green:




3. For the branch I use black and green acrylic paint and a striping brush:








4. For the Christam ball we need purple and pink nail polishes:








5. I still put pinkish purple and pink glitter polish dots over the balls:




6. Finish the nail art with top coat to protect the manicure from peeling and to keep it shiny and glossy:





 What I use:

1. Essence base coat,

2. Fun Fair very light green nail polish,

3. Crystal Nails purple nail polish,

4. Essence pink nail polish,

5. Miss Sporty pink glitter polish,

6. Sally Hansen Extreme Wear pinkish purple glitter polish,

7. Moyra black and green acrylic paints,

8. Sally Hansen Double Duty base&top coat,

9. Striping brush and dotting tool.


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12/08/2017

Baby Blue Snowflake Nail Art For Christmas & Winter




Today I'm bringing a baby blue snowflake nail art for Christmas and Winter.


1. Apply base coat to protect your natural nails,

2. Paint your nails baby blue and let them dry:




3. Fix the edge with a nail art brush and nail polish remover:




4. For the snowflake I use:

- white acrylic paint,
- striping brush,
- small dotting tool:






5. I paint a gold dot in the middle:




6. Finish the nail art with top coat to protect the manicure from peeling and to keep it shiny and glossy:





What I use:

1. Essence base coat,

2. OPI baby blue nail polish,

3.Sally Hansen Xtreme bronze gold polish,

4. ADEN white acrylic paint,

5. Sally Hansen Insta-Dri top coat,

6. Dotting tool,

7. Striping brush.


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12/06/2017

Dotting Tool Christmas Tree Nail Art





Today's nail art is a dotting tool Christmas design.


1. Apply base coat to protect your natural nails,

2. Paint your nails light green and let them dry:




3. With a small dotting tool paint dark green fir tree over the ring nail:






4. With a big and a small dotting tools paint red, dark green and small gold dots over the other nails: 






5. I fix a star above the tree by using top coat:






6. I paint the star gold:




7. Finally a few small gold dots over the tree:




8. Finish the nail art with top coat to protect the manicure from peeling and to keep it shiny and glossy:





What I use: 

1. Essence base coat,

2. Essence Colour&Care light green nail polish,

3. Essence The Little X-MAS Factory dark green nail polish,

4. Miss Sporty pinkish red nail polish,

5. Essence gold glitter polish,

6. Sally Hansen Double Duty base&top coat,

7. Dotting tools.


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12/04/2017

Dry Marble Poinsettia Nail Art




Today I'm here with a Christmas nail art, which one is a poinsettia nail design using needle and dotting tool.


1. Apply base coat to protect your natural nails.

2. Paint one of your nails white and don't let it dry!




3. Put red nail polish blobs over the wet base - I use sparkle dark red nail polish:




4. With a needle we can shape the petals:




5. I use my smallest dotting tool to paint light green points in the middle of the flower. You can use toothpick too:




6. Fix the edge with a nail art brush and nail polish remover:




7. Finish the nail art with top coat to protect the manicure from peeling and to keep it shiny and glossy:





What I use

1. Essence base coat,

2. Essence white nail polish,

3. Miss Sporty light green nail polish,

4. Lovely sparkle dark red nail polish,

5. Sally Hansen Insta-Dri top coat,

6. Needle,

7. Dotting tool or toothpick.


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12/01/2017

Negative Space Christmas Marble Nail Art




Today I'm bringing a negative space Christmas marble nail art.

Let me show you how to do!


1. Apply base coat to protect your natural nails,

2. Fix 'V' shape Scotch tape over the nail and paint red or darker pink chevron tip, then remove and don't let the polish dry!






3. Put small gold and white blobs over the wet base:




4. With a needle start to make the marble pattern:






5. With a striping brush paint green lines - I use sparkle green polish:








6. Finish the nail art with top coat to protect the manicure from peeling and to keep it shiny and glossy:





What I use:

1. Essence base coat,

2. Essence sparkle green and white nail polish,

3. Miss Sporty gold and darker pink nail polishes,

4. Sally Hansen Insta-Dri top coat,

5. Needle,

6. Scotch tape.


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11/29/2017

Sparkle Blue Winter French Manicure




Today's nail art is a sparkle blue side French nail art for Winter.

Let's start it!


1. Apply base coat to protect your natural nails,

2. Fix French manicure sticker over the nail diagonally and paint sparkle blue tip then remove the sticker carefully:






3. I use white and silver glitter striping polishes for the short lines over the blue French tip:






4. I finish the nail art with top coat to protect it from peeling and to keep it shiny and glossy:





What I use:

1. Essence base coat,

2. Crystal Nails sparkle blue nail polish,

3. ADEN silver glitter and white striping polishes,

4. Sally Hansen Double Duty base&top coat,

5. French manicure stickers.


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