I came across this pin on Pinterest from Demelza’s World and knew that I had to recreate it somehow. The Deborah Lippmann kit I bought a few months ago matched the colors perfectly. I love how this came out, and if you’d like to learn how to get this look, read down below!
Nail art is something that I’ve been dabbling in since high school. Before Instagram was huge, most of my nail art inspiration came from blogs and YouTube channels like Cutepolish. I’ve used many different tools and gadgets to help create the nail art designs of my dreams, and today I’m here to share with you the four essential nail art tools you need to get started in the nail art world.
Today I’m bringing to you one of my most recent attempts in nail stamping. This nail art was so much fun to create and wear.
I’ve been wanting to get into nail stamping for a really long time but had never taken the plunge. But my amazing boyfriend got me a kit for my birthday and I’ve been playing with it for the past week. While I’m no expert yet, I’ve been practicing and I have some techniques down and some tips and tricks to share with you. Find out what the basics are to nail stamping, what you’ll need to get started and some advice on how to get the perfect stamped nail! Grab a cup of coffee and kick back; this is a long one.
After receiving a nail stamping kit for my birthday from my loving boyfriend, (thanks Walter!!) I’ve been playing with stamping for every manicure. While I still have a lot to learn, this once has come out the best so far. I love the marbled colors underneath and the pattern on top. Want to know how I got this? Click read more!
So, you’ve been perusing that famous nail art Instagram when you start to notice a trend: that weird peeling stuff around the nails and cuticles. You’re confused when you see the nail artist remove it at the ends of the video and the skin is magically clean from nail art mess during stamping, gradients, water marbles, nail vinyls and other nail art. What is that stuff you ask? It’s liquid latex, and today I’ll show you how to use it and where to buy it.
Easter is on Sunday which means bunnies and chicks galore! While my house will be filled with chocolate and dyed eggs, my nails can share the pastel spirit, too. See more photos below!
I was perusing the CVS nail care aisle when I found these nail vinyls hanging out alongside the fake tips. I’m glad I checked, because I never thought I would see nail vinyls in the drugstore. I picked up a pack and now I’m here to share them with you. Check out my review on the Kiss Design Perfection Nail Vinyls down below!
Damn Allie, back at it again with the nail tutorials! Yeah – today I have another nail art tutorial for you all. I’ve been digging nails vinyls lately. They make creating sophisticated looking nail art so easy. Find out how to get this half moon nail art!
I never celebrated St. Patrick’s Day much, but this year, especially seeing all of the beautiful nail arts, I was inspired to create my own. This involved sponging, nail vinyls and free hand nail art, so I was definitely in for a challenge. This was surprisingly easy though! Find out how to recreate this at home below.