dots and patterns on nail art


Something super simple this week.  I had an idea which involved a French tip type pattern, but my nails aren’t really long enough at the moment.  So I just went for dots over one of my fave holos.


Kings & Queens - ILNP
Lily White - Ulta 3
Black Satin - Ulta 3


PARTY FAVOR - P.O.T.W. - Revlon - urban

  • Revlon - urban + coastal surf + 1,000 volts
  • Essie - sugar daddy
  • Sally Hansen - pacific blue + pucker up
  • L'Oreal - tangerine crush + royalty reinvented
  • Sinful Colors - bright lucite + chick chick
  • Cover Girl- pink-finity
  • blue caviar beads
  • silver iridescent hex glitter
  • red bow

This is the second look using Revlon - urban. Visit the CHALLENGES -> P.O.T.W. page for more nail art and swatches.

Fresh blue tile inspired nail art tutorial. So glad I finally came up with an easier edition of this cool inspo!

1. Paint your base with a blue polish.
2. Make a smooth squiggly line down the center of the nail with white polish.
3. Make more wavy lines, but flipped so that the peaks of the waves touch, as seen above.
4. Using light blue polish, make a dot towards the top of one of the round areas created, and drag down just a bit. You want to create a teardrop shape.
5. Repeat step 4 until you have 4 perpendicularly placed teardrop shapes per area.
6. Make a small dot at the center of each flower shape using dark blue polish.

Finish off with a topcoat and enjoy!


DOT and DASH - P.O.T.W. - Revlon - coastal surf

  • Revlon - coastal surf + zealous
  • Sinful Colors - out of this world + big daddy + bright lucite + cloud 9 + let’s talk
  • O.P.I. - My boyfriend scales walls + moonraker + you’re such a budapest
  • Sally Hansen - white on + black out
  • Love & Beauty - mint + hot pink
  • N.Y.C - high line green
  • Milani - green impressions

This is the last look using Revlon - coastal surf. Visit the CHALLENGES -> P.O.T.W. page for more nail art and swatches.