Pencil Nail Art. These nails were inspired by the end of a wooden pencil!
It is a cute design that will get you excited when going back to school this year! Hope you enjoy! Products Needed: Yellow - OPI "Need Sunglasses? " Pink - OPI "Party in my Cabana" Silver - Sally Hansen "230 Silver Sweep" Top Coat - Sally Hansen "Mega Shine" Tape Orange Wood-stick. Ohmygoshpolish. Pantone Nails. Turqoise Nail Art. Stripey Nail Art. Map Nail Art. Tuxedo Nails. Water Spotted Nails. SPLATTERED NAIL EFFECT! (using a straw!) Animated Cartoon Nails?! Rasta Nails. DIY: How to make Glow in the Dark Nail Polish. Little Nails. Monarch Butterfly Nail Art Design. Strengthen Weak Nails. An essential oil is a concentrated, hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aroma compounds from plants.
They are also known as volatile or ethereal oils, or simply as the "oil of" the plant material from which they were extracted. So what does that mean to you for your natural homemade beauty recipes? Basically take the best benefits and attributes from plants, concentrate them and put them in a little bottle for you to add to your natural recipes. Check out Using EOs in your nail care recipes to understand amounts, cautions and mixing methods when making homemade nail recipes. When using Essential oils, a little truly goes along way!
A little bit about Essential Oils or otherwise called EOs. Are your nails weak and brittle. Simple, affordable and most important naturally strong fingernails. How to Grow your nails Stronger, the natural way. How to Paint Nails Like A Pro. Konad Addict: How to fix a broken nail. Hi, Today I'll show you a very useful tutorial for those really annoying situations when you have ten beautiful long nails and one of them breaks.
Now you don't have to cut them all anymore! Here's the solution. Take a tea-bag and empty it. Corpse Nails. I got a note last week after posting the Bettle Burnout Nails asking what I meant by corpse nails.
Since I woke up a little early today (and was confident my doctor’s office staff had a good sense of humor) I decided to do a quick tutorial on how to sponge in this zombie-like manicure. Same deal with the beetle nails, this is all about the light sponging and layering. I started with a base of Essie Great Expectations in 3 coats (for a color like this, I don’t mind the extra work, and because it’s on the sheer side it’s a good match for this design) then used ZOYA Charity to sponge around the tips. Couple of things to note here: first, you see those spots near the tip where there’s basically no Charity? That’s because I had too much polish on my sponge and was picking up polish that I’d already put down. Anyway, next step! Don’t forget, less than a week left for the Winter Goodie Giveaway! Quilted Nails. DIY Drippy Nails. We were immediately inspired the moment we saw bare nails with blood-like, drippy polish accompany Prabal Gurung‘s spring collection at New York Fashion Week.
Halloween is one of our favorite holidays and thus, the timing couldn’t have been better to recreate this deliciously daring DIY for our phalanges. Though a more vampy, burgundy color went down the runway, I went for more vibrant red . . . but the best part about this tutorial is that you can make it your own with just about any color, for any season! You’ll need: Dip the toothpick into the nail polish bottle so that the tip collects a round bead of polish. Saran Wrap Nails by The Crafty Ninja. Mermaid Nails. As a child (and, I'll admit it, full grown adult), my favourite princess was Ariel from The Little Mermaid.
I love the idea of a beautiful sea siren with her flowing locks and beautiful jewel tone fish scales. Now that it's summer and I'm all about hitting the beach, I've been inspired by my favourite princess to bring you a mani fit for a mermaid! We first came across the fish scale technique on this blog and we loved the idea of easily creating it by just using your handy dandy dotting tool. It's definitely a good idea to play around with the colours on this mani too. We thought it was only appropriate to use aquas, teals and blues for an underwater theme. Using this technique and style, we came up with a pretty snazzy (if we do say so ourselves) and simple manicure. We'll be dotting to create an accent nail on the ring finger then dotting on every other nail to create a french tip of scales.
Scales Manicure. Anchor Nail Design. Cute Tulip Nails. Nail Taping Tips & Tricks. Dazzle Dust Nail Tutorial. I've been wanting to try out paint splattered nails for ages now, however it seems like alot of hard work and also kind of messy!
So me being supposedly 'savvy' and all I came up with a probably just as messy idea...but slightly more fun and prettier. Also it looks alot more delicate than having a paint splattered effect and alot less nail arty and more wearable. Now like I say... it is kind of messy so you will need at least one face wipe/baby wipe and something to do it on like the back of a magazine. Also your nail polish of choice and a pigment or dazzle dust!
I used a Barry M Dazzle Dust in Brass (100) £4.50 and the nail polish is by Beauty UK in Smokey Lilac £1.79. 1) Firstly you need to give your nails one coat of nail polish. 2) Once dry you can apply the second coat. 4) You can either place the pigment on every finger all in one go or do one nail at a time. 5) Then you basically blow the pigment in the direction of the nail. CLOUD Nail Art. Half Moon Manicure. Emma Watson Elle UK Nail Design. Water Marble Nail Art. Watercolor Nails Tutorial. Newspaper Nail Art. Comic Strip Nail Art. Laser Disco Nail Art Tutorial. Easy Galaxy Nail Art. Eyeshadow Matte Nail Polish. Matte Young Punk Well, I’ve bought yet another eyeshadow that I’ll probably never use..but this one is glittertastic.
It’s MAC Young Punk, a purple Mineralized shadow. It’s basically purple microglitter in a very fine black base. Steam Punk Nail Tutorial. Cute ICE CREAM Nail Art. Nail Tutorial: Cute Cupcakes.