Many of us are busy with engagement after engagement now that we are outside. There are several occasions to turn up and show up, including routine events like office runs, church services (if you’re religious), weddings, and birthday parties. Therefore, it’s crucial to constantly look your best. This goes for your attire, haircut, makeup, and manicure. However, it could be challenging to stay on top of everything going on. So, how can you alternate your nail art every other week without having to pay for frequent trips to the beauty salon?
The first solution is to use stick-on nails. Aren’t those small companions a lifesaver? They are available in a number of styles, are simple to use, and are quite handy. If stick-on nails aren’t your thing, the second solution could be precisely what you’re looking for, especially if you have a DIY bone (or two) in your body. That’s right, you can do your own nail art.
This guide is not intended to take the place of your manicurist, of course. Actually, we do require them. It is only a creative girl’s guide to a selection of lovely, current, and simple nail art concepts that she may experiment with at home. Even while some may seem challenging at first appearance, they aren’t. You can test out these original nail art ideas and get results you’ll be happy with by following a few simple instructions and using the right equipment.
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If you’re a fan of the rainbow nail craze and are searching for a unique way to jump on board, this is calling your name. Make a selection of a handful of your favorite, brightest nail paints. As usual, paint a solid color over your nails when they have dried. Apply a drop of contrasting color once each nail has dried. Quite simple.
If you already have nail extensions and just want to give them a makeover, look no further. The sweetness of butterflies is combined with the dazzle of decorations in the embellished flutter nail art. Paint your nails normally or in the French manicure style (see below). Apply your choice of colorful glitter and butterfly cut-out accents before the polish dries. Finish with clear nail polish to keep the embellishments in place and give shine to the glitter.
Creative and simple are two words that best characterize this beautiful pink nail art design. You’ll need a solid color nail paint (ideally a bright color), clear nail polish with glitters, white polish, and black nail polish to complete this look. You will also want polish brushes with varying point diameters. Apply the solid color paint, in this example pink, on four of your five fingernails. Then, on the “unpainted” fingernail, apply a clear polish.
After that, apply a small swipe of pink nail paint to the outside edges of the nail. Then, adjacent to the pink strokes, use your white nail paint in the same way. Finally, a swath of transparent glitter polish should be the focal point of the gathering. Once dry, a toothpick dipped in black nail paint may be used to make dots on one section of the white stroke.
Summer is defined by bright clouds, so let your nails reflect that with two tones of blue manicure paint this season. To begin, make the typical french manicure (see below) using the darker blue colour, and then use a cloud-like nail stencil to emboss the outline on the sides of your nails with the brighter blue shade.
Summer is a season for vibrant hues, so let’s go pink. This is one of the simplest nail art ideas that every DIY girl would like. Choose two pink nail polish colours (or any color you choose) and paint three fingernails with a single color. Use the deeper pink to make two french manicure details with a twist on the “unpainted” fingernails, leaving a negative space between each.
Is this a challenging task? It’s much simpler than you think. Let’s start with two colors of a single nail color, like orange, and begin to work. Paint three fingernails with the polish, excluding two for the design. Next, using each of the colors, create a S detail with a tool such as a tiny-point brush. Finish with clear nail polish to tie everything together.
When it comes to color-blocking ideas for nail art, pairing pink with yellow is a terrific choice. Begin by polishing three fingernails, omitting two, like with several of the other nail art ideas on this list. To act as a discreet basis for the color-blocking, paint the removed two nails with nude nail polish. Next, divide the tip of your nails in half and paint one side diagonally with a single color. Then, using the opposite color, repeat the pattern on the second side.
The French manicure is instantly identified as classic, reliable, and cherished. But did you know it’s actually rather simple? Learn how to perform French manicures at home in the video below.
Anyone can do this nail art, whether they use a stencil or a fine point brush. If you are artistic, you may use a fine-pointed brush to create the outline of the wiggly form and then fill in with your preferred color. On the other hand, if dawing isn’t your thing, a stencil of the desired form should do. Clear nail polish should be applied to the entire nail, and the color party should flank on both sides.
Want to be more daring? You may also mix and match two or more motifs to create your own trend.