You must be thinking why do you need to know how to make nail art stickers when you can simply get it from the mall or, for more design choices, buy it online. Bornprettystore has quite a collection for only a few cents. Then again, there may be times that you want a particular design but can't find it anywhere or the alternative may take a month to arrive. So why bother waiting and spending when you can just create exactly what you want with what you already have.
All you need for this project is a base to create your design and nail polishes of your choice. For more flexibility, you can also use acrylic to paint your nail art stickers with.
For the base, I'm using the back of Oh My Girl's nail stamp. If you don't have one, you may use a sandwich bag, too. Then you can layer on your nail polish from there.
Here's how to do it.
Crumptes Nail Art has an ongoing challenge due every two weeks. This was my entry for the pink, lilac and gold color concept last May 26. It's ordinay so it'll be easy to do on both hands.
The products I used are as follows:
Bobbie Nails: Xtreme Gel Nail Gloss
Bobbie Nails: Yin Yang (Nail Twinsies 1st Collection)
BYS: Spring Blossom (Scented Nail Polish Collection)
Chic: Fandom (Fangirl Collection)
Colortrends: Fancy (Shopaholic Collection)
Here's another floral nail art perfect for summer. You would be needing paint on this one though because nail polishes aren't that flexible to mix together, takes time to dry and layer on top of each other.
For this one I'll be using Colortrends nail polish in Fancy (from Shopaholic Collection) for the background, Reeve's Acrylic paints in Crimson, Phthalo Green, Mars Black and Lemon Yellow and OMG Nail Art Brushes.
French Manicure is definitely one of the easiest nail art design a beginner can try. Originally, a white nail polish is used to coat only the tip of the nails. Here's an easy twist to that classic French Manicure.
Products used are as follows: Chic in M.A.D. by chic centre, Blueberry by Caronia from the Tropical Doll Collection, Bobbie clear top coat and OMG Professional Touch nail art brush.
The last time I went to Davao for the national convention, we passed by Mindanao Expo at Abreeza Mall and there I found a small kiosk that sells native bags. The pattern is pretty, and colorful plus, it's easy to make.
The products I used are: (OMG) Oh My Girl 2 Way Nail Art Brush, Black Caronia Nail Polish, White Chic Nail Polish a liner brush. If you don't have a nail art brush, you may try making one by cutting a few bristles from your nail polish's brush and attaching to the end of a stick.
I've been seeing OMG's 2 Way Nail Art Brush at Watsons for awhile but I was resisting the urge to buy it since I didn't like their polish formula in the past. But it has been four years (well, almost) since I first tried it. They've changed the packaging of their regular polishes so maybe this time their formula would also be better.
What: OMG 2 Way Nail Art Brush
Cost: P32.00 each
Where to buy: Watsons
It's been awhile since I've made a nail art video so I'm hoping you would like and recreate this red velvet cupcake inspired nail art. The products I used are: Burpberry from Bobbie's Bagoholic Collection, Silky white from Chic, Jocarste in #36, glitters and a few gems for the cupcake's candy toppings.
Hello guys! It's been awhile since I published a nail art design. I broke my nail really short so it took quite some time to grow back. Anyways, here's another beginner nail art design for all of you to try.
I'm only using three colors and a top coat. You can change it with the nail polish of your choice to match your mood. You can also apply the same design on all of your nails or just pick one as an accent nail.
Here's another simple fruit inspired nail art designs for beginners. The technique is pretty much the same with that of the Cherry Nail Art I did before so I hope you'd find it as easy to recreate. You can do it on all nails or maybe for an accent nail. Below are the products I used which are all available in the Philippines. The brushes are from Klik which I also got form Watson's nail section. Alternatively, you may use paint brushes from National Bookstore, too.
Hello guys. Here's another fruit inspired nail art designs for beginners. The design may look complex but it's just a combination of a few dots and strokes.
And I'm back with a cherry inspired nail art design for beginners. It's simple and easy to make but really pretty, I actually got compliments from my co-workers about it. It took me some time though because there's a lot of waiting and drying to do since I'm layering several nail polishes.
I'm using a toothpick as my dotting tool. One end of it is pointed which is perfect to create the leaves and the other is rounded for dotting the cherries. If you can't find a striper brush, take one from your used up liquid eyeliners.
Hey there! I've been doing a little research for nail art designs for beginners and saw a lot of patterns, shapes and animal prints. It's been awhile since I did nail art plus my hands are a little shaky so it has to be freeform to look good. Anyways, here's my take on beginner's nail art and I hope you like it.
For the camouflage, I started with a beige color nail polish as base, I used Jocarste #36. Next, I dabbed the dark green color, B Basic in Central Park. Mine is blotchy but it'll look better if you swipe it horizontally. Lastly, add a brown color, Revlon in Inspire, to finish your camouflage. wait for it to dry completely before swiping your top coat or it might smudge.
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