I am back with another simple nail art tutorial.. I really want you guys try to do menicure and padicure or re-create my nail art tutorial. That's why... Let's keep it simple for now.
This nail art is very... very.. very... very simple... Basically I just create V shape kinda like triangle shape on tip of my nails. It's very basic and I bet you have ever see this kind of nail art before.
What is the trick?
1. Paint your nail with basic color
2. To make it looks like you do so much effort, use 2 basic color. Just like you can see on this picture I paint my middle and ring finger with soft purple nail polish and I use sky blue polish for the rest of nails.
3. I didn't use any special tools except for the nail polish application it's self. You can choose nail polish with small brush applicator so you can create the V shape easily.
How to Create The V shape?
It's very easy, you can just paint your nail from right tip to the middle and from the left tip to the middle. That's all... *very easy, just give it a try*
What Product I use ?
Base Coat : Etude House Help My Finger
Basic Color : Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear in shade Breezy Blue (blue polish) and Etude House Ice Cream Nail polish in shade Lilac (PP501)
V Shape color : Essie Mini Full Steam Ahead (purple) and Essie Mini The More The Marrier (green)
Note : Brush applicator from Essie nail polish is really small. This type of nail polish is recommended for this type of nail art. Except you don't have problem with clean up all mess if your nail polish get out to the unwanted area ^-^
Top Coat : O.P.I RapiDry quick drying top coat
That is all For this Tutorial... I really Hope you like it...
And please try to re-create this nail art and tag me on my instagram or Twitter at @jeanmilka. I would really love to see your result. Let me know if this post is useful for you...by comment on the down bellow...
Keep in your mind.. that nail art is about practice ^-^
Don't forget to keep in touch with me on my social media
Instagram : Jean Milka
Twitter : Jean Milka
Facebook Page : Jean Milka Blog