The inspiration for this design came from a shirt that Kellster, Kellstermakeup on YouTube, was wearing in one of her videos, you can see it HERE.
Click the "Read More" button to see the tutorial for this vintage manicure!
Here are the polishes that I used!
From L to R: Revlon "Make Mine Mango", Finger Paints "Ripe Peach", Sally Hansen "Thinking of Blue", and "White On". I also used a top coat, base coat, nail art brush, and a dotting tool.
Apply a base coat to protect your natural nails. Once that dries, apply two coats of your favorite white polish and allow that to dry.
Next you're going to take a light peach color and make various blobs on your nails. Quick tip: The messier the blob, the better the flower is going to look!
Take a nail art brush and a coral polish that is a few shades darker than the color of the rose and paint small "C" shapes in the blobs. Quick Tip: I find that starting in the center of the circle (blob) and placing the "Cs" in a circle gives the rose a more realistic look.
Take a dotting tool, or a bobby pin, and a navy blue polish and place dots in the white area of your nails.
Allow your nails to dry for about 20 minutes then apply a top coat.
Your design is finished!
I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial and found it helpful! Hopefully I'll be able to make videos again soon, I'm taking my computer to a shop to get fixed next week.
Do you guys like this tutorial? Tell me what colors y'all would use for this design!
One more thing!!!!!! I told y'all that I would show the prize for my first giveaway in this post so here it is!!!!
One person will win these polishes!!! From L to R: Sinful Colors Cinderella and Cream Pink!
I'm so excited to have my first giveaway and I can't wait to give one of y'all these gorgeous polishes! I know this isn't going to be a huge giveaway, but I just wanted to give y'all a little something because my birthday is coming up!!! Make sure that you follow my facebook page and my blog so you'll know when the giveaway starts!
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