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Saturday, 26 April 2014

Day 28: Red Dripping Nail Art

Hello friends, I hope you all are enjoying my 30 days nail art challenge. I have shared some easy to do nail arts in this challenge. My challenge is about to end and I haven't shared dripping nail art yet. So, my Day 28 is for red dripping nail art.


Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Day 27: Half-Moon Nail Art With 3D Decals

I have tried several easy to use nail art products and one of them is 3D decals or stickers. 3D decals come in a wide variety including with stone or without stone, colorful or just black and white. Today, I have combined my half-moon nail art with 3D decals. So, my day 27 of 30 days nail art challenge is Half-moon with 3D decals.

Photo Taken in Sunlight

Things required:

  1. Nail polish: I have used Scandalous Shenanigans from autumn collection of China Glaze
  2. Nail art stencils: C-shaped
  3. 3D decals: multi-colored and with stone
  4. Quick dry top coat

Friday, 18 April 2014

Day 26: Zipper Nails

My Day 26 nail art of 30 Days Nail Art Challenge is Zipper Nails.

Things required:

  1. Nail polish colors: silver and red (you can use any contrast colors).
  2. Water decals: black zipper style
  3. Quick dry top coat

Saturday, 12 April 2014

Day 25: Newspaper Nails

My Day 25 nail art  of 30 Days is inspired from newspaper impression.

Things required:

  1. Nail polish color: white
  2. A bowl of normal water
  3. Few pieces of newspaper cuttings (I have used printout cuttings)
  4. Quick dry top coat


Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Day 24: Musical nails

I have seen several musical nail arts before. So, I thought to try it and add Day 24, Musical Nails in my 30 days nail art challenge.

Things required:

  1. Nail polish colors: white
  2. Black nail art pen
  3. Quick dry top coat

Steps for Musical Nails

Step 1: Apply two coats of white nail polish for the base of nail art and let it dry.











Step 2: Make some sleek lines with black nail art pen, shown in picture.











Step 3: Add some dots on and near lines, shown in picture.










Step 4: Now, join dots to give a look of musical notes.











Step 5: To give a variation, I have added keyboard keys on ring finger nails.

Step 6: Apply top coat and your nail art is ready.










I hope you enjoyed my today's nail art tutorial. Tomorrow, I have planned for Newspaper Nails.