Mini Roses were one of the first styles of nail art that ever I learned. This design is way easier than it looks and is sure to attract lots of attention. I love how the rose pattern looks like old, floral wallpaper, while simultaneously feeling modern and fresh.
1) Base Coat
2) Top Coat
3) White Nail Polish
4) Red Nail Polish
5) Pink Paint
6) Green Paint
7) Medium Sized Dotting Tool (or the end of a paint brush)
8) Small Paint Brush
1) Begin with a base coat on all of your nails.
2) Start the design with two coats of white nail polish.
3) Place a medium sized dotting tool into the pink paint.
4) Create a bundle of three small dots together.
5) Continue this pattern across the entire nail.
6) Dip your brush into green paint.
7) On each rose, paint two small leaf shapes outside of the petals.
8) After cleaning off the brush, use it again by dipping it in red polish.
9) Create small curves on the inside of each rose to add more detail.
10) Once dried, finish off with a top coat to seal the design in place.
Today’s nail art tutorial is a simple design for nail art beginners. Clouds are the perfect starting design as it only requires the use of two colours and a dotting tool. If you don’t have a nail art dotting tool, using the back of a paintbrush or pen works just as well. Use different sizes to create a variety of clouds.
1) Base Coat
2) Top Coat
3) Light Blue Nail Polish
4) White Acrylic Paint
5) Large Dotting Tool (the end of a paintbrush or pen works as well)
1) Begin with a base coat on your nails.
2) Next, paint all of your nails with two coats of a light blue polish.
3) Dip your large dotting tool into white paint.
4) Place one dot anywhere on the nail.
5) Create a cloud shape by placing about four or five dots immediately next to and around the first dot.
6) Re-dip your dotting tool into the white paint and repeat steps 4 and 5 over the nail to create a cloud pattern.
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.
I forgot how much i enjoy doing nail wheels! They always seem to start with a theme or some sort of coordination and then the patterns seem to get away from me. So glad I finally got to try out a few of these patterns though.