So I wanted to do dots, and I wanted to do lots of dots. I chose the colours almost randomly, like without thinking about it too much – I chose my base then looked back into my case and picked out another for the large circle, painted them, then another for the surrounding circles, painted them, and then lastly picked one for the middles. 40 more words
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From colorful pineapples to just an accent nail of leopard print and everything in between, who doesn’t love a good nail design? Whether it’s way out there or playing it on the safe side, we just can’t get enough. 94 more words
So I wanted to have a bit of fun for this design because I don’t really wear proper 3D designs. (Studs etc are fine because they lie sort of flat but things such as those bows that might catch on things, no thanks!) These were so fun to make and wear for the few hours I had them on last night and I’d definitely like to try 3D nails again using my fimo clay.
To create this Burberry nail art design, you will only need few polishes, base and top coats, and some real patience!
1. Apply a base coat and paint your nails with one coat of beige/gray polish, it’s very important to keep it close to taupe, since plain beige looks yellow and gray alone “bleaches” the skin tone. 112 more words