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Topic: Fancy Pink Lace Nails Tutorial (Valentine’s Day Nails)  (Read 3842 times)
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« on: January 04, 2011 04:39:01 PM »



ENRTY LINK: http://www.diyfashiondiva.com/nail-art/fancy-pink-lace-nails-tutoria

This is an easy DIY design nails that will be good for valentine’s day. Pink is always my favorite color and it looks great on all girls. This project definitely require lots of patient and a pair of steady hand. Good news is not much drawing skill will be needed for this design. It took me about 1 and a half hour to finish the whole thing so be prepare.




The tools and materials we need for this design: a bottle of NYC #108A Polyester pink creme ($ 0.99), Rimmel London #289 pink punk ($ 2.99), Sally hansen #1 natural white ($ 2.5), a tooth pick or small pin, a fine small nail or paint brush, some nail polish remover, q-tips, any top coat and a nail dryer (if you have one).

Design Sketches:

Alright, i kind draw out the design steps to explain a little better than just words. Hope you can understand my drawing. Nail Design 1 is what we should focus on.

Step 1: Base Color (NYC #108A)

Apply 2 coats at least then wait for it to dry completely.

Step 2: Draw The Square Edge (Rimmel London #289)

Use the nail polish brush to draw the corner of the nails

Step 3: Draw The Lace Along the Line

Use a plastic cover and put a clear plastic wrap on it to make clean up later a little bit easier. Pore one drop of white nail polish ( Sally Hansen #1) on the wrap then use a fine tip paint brush to draw small half circle alone the edge of the hot pink

Step 4: Draw The Polka Dot (Rimmel London #289)

Pore one drop of hot pink nail polish on the plastic wrap then use a fine tip tool like a tooth pick or in my case a tiny nail’s end to dip into the polish then transfer the polish onto the nails one by one alone the inside line of the square.

Step 5: Clear Coat On Top (Any Brand Top Coat)

Any time i do nail design i finish the nail art by applying a coat of clear nail polish on top, 1. protect the design last longer 2. it give more shine.

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« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2011 05:06:12 PM »

Very pretty! Grin
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« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2011 06:16:19 PM »

oooh-ill be trying this
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« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2011 06:27:07 PM »

oooh-ill be trying this

haha..it's easy , right?
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« Reply #4 on: January 05, 2011 10:33:46 PM »

Nail art is fast becoming a trend nowadays.  It's quite expensive to have it done in a salon.  So, if you can do it by yourself, the more better.  It takes a lot of patience and creativity to come up with a clean beautiful creations. Great job with yours.  Cheesy
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« Reply #5 on: January 08, 2011 12:44:35 PM »

Nail art is fast becoming a trend nowadays.  It's quite expensive to have it done in a salon.  So, if you can do it by yourself, the more better.  It takes a lot of patience and creativity to come up with a clean beautiful creations. Great job with yours.  Cheesy

thank you. i will try to post more simple DIY nail design here
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« Reply #6 on: February 13, 2011 02:10:55 AM »

that is very pretty
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