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Simple Nail Designs (+how to)

posted in Beauty > Nails
03/22/2015
  • Nail polishes for this look:
Red glitter (which only works with a dark base coat) 
Super dark red (black works too)
    Nail polishes for this look:
    Red glitter (which only works with a dark base coat)
    Super dark red (black works too)
  • First put on a black or super dark red base coat (in the pic right). Take your red glitter/polka dot nail polish (pictured left). Now dap it on your nail so the glitter dots actually stay on. Be careful not to put too much nail polish on since that will take forever to dry. So try to keep each coat thin.

  • These are the nail polishes I used for this look:
Red
Purple 
Grey 
Black crackle
    These are the nail polishes I used for this look:
    Red
    Purple
    Grey
    Black crackle
  • Ring finger: black base coat and then I used a bobby pin to draw on a blue cross. On the bottom of the cross I made an arrow. This nail was inspired by The Pretty Reckless album 'Going To Hell.' So just look up the album art work. You can also put that on every nail.☺️

    The other fingers: As a base I used purple, blue and grey and dapped those 3 colors evenly on my nail. I varied which part of the nail is grey, etc. Then I painted my nails with a black crackle nail polish.

  • White base coat
Black nail polish 
Pastel ombré nail polish
    White base coat
    Black nail polish
    Pastel ombré nail polish
  • This one was a lot of fun 😄
    I painted my nails white as a base. Then I put 2 coats of black nail polish on.
    Then I used the pastel ombrénail polish which lightens up the nail and makes it look faded depending on how many coats you put. So you can always vary.

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