My first serious attempt at nail art you could say. I already made bumblebee nails a few months ago, but that was tooth picks and what not. I just recently purchased some nail art supplies from Ebay, such as small brushes, liner brushes and nail dotting tools. These things really didn’t cost me that much and here’s the result:
– Etos nail hardener as a base coat
– Bourjous Rouge Escarpin
– Bourjous Noir de Chine
– Sephora Coco
– Seche Vite Dry Fast topcoat
I don’t think this went bad at all. I’m no pro at it, but I’m very satisfied. I even was able to do this on my dominant hand! My only problem I now know is that besides my thumbs, my nails are all fairly small, making it hard to really draw anything on there. So for future, slightly more elaborate creations I will have to just do it on my thumb and then leave the rest blank/ add something else.
I didn’t come up with this nail look myself. I got it from cutepolish on youtube. Here’s here tutorial on how to do these lady bug nails:
If you like this make sure you check her other videos: they are short, instructive and easy to do!
Q: Do you wear nail art on your nails or not? Would you like to try it?
5 responses to “NOTW: Ladybug Nails!”
Deze zijn echt heeeeeel erg cute!!! 😀
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