Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Tutorial: Easy Polka Dots


Hi everyone! It's been a custom for others (including me) to wear polka dots on New Year. Mostly says that it will bring you luck the entire year if you wear rounded designs in your body. It can be your clothes, shoes, head accessories and anything that you will wear on the night of 31st of December to welcome the New Year.

There is no limitations how heavy dots you can wear, so I think of why not doing it more in a fab way? So, today I recreated Easy Polka Dots by cutepolish. By the way, my previous Kiwi nail art was also a recreation from cutepolish.

Easy Polka Dots

So, let's get started.

Step 1. Prepare the nail polishes and other tools.
- Elianto in Twilight (black)
- Caronia in Regular White
- L.A. Colors Art Deco in Gold Glitter; or
- Caronia in Frosted Platinum Glitter
- Caronia Fast-Dry Top Coat
- a toothpick
- CD/ Disc; &
- a tape.


Step 2. Cut a tape and paste diagonally onto nails. 

Step 3. Take the regular back polish and apply it onto nails just in the bottom section. You just fill-up the space to create a diagonal French tip. Wait for the polish to get dry for approximately 8 minutes.

Step 4. If it's already dry, take-off the tape by pulling it from the bottom.

Step 5. Put the regular white polish in the CD. Dip your toothpick in the polish and dot it onto nails.
It is your choice of filling polka dots to all your French tips; or
... you might want to try leaving your two (2) nails undotted; or
... you prefer only one (1) nail undotted. 

Step 6. In this step, from the two (2) glitters polish, I opted to use the L.A. Colors in Gold Glitter because of it tiny brush. I find it very easy to line the upper tip. 

Step 7. Finished your nail art with your favorite top coat.
Ta-da!

Meet Pnoy bear..

Do you find it easy?

XX,

iamjenniya

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