Are you looking to try something new with your nails? Nail art has become so popular lately, and you might have considered trying it yourself at home. While that’s not necessarily a bad idea, you may want to consider having a professional do the work for you, so you can sit back and enjoy the finished product without worrying about whether you’re doing it correctly or messing it up somehow. Here are three cute nail looks that are perfect for someone who wants to do something different but doesn’t want to spend the time learning how to create something on their own at home.
- Start with a light base coat, and then paint your nails with two colors of polish to create a boho-chic striped effect. Do not worry about how they might look before they dry because this look is supposed to be imperfect! After the nail polishes have dried, finish off by painting the top of each nail with one color of polish (choose something like dark blue or gold for some added pizazz).
- Next, apply white nail polish over the entire surface of your nails and allow it to dry thoroughly. Finally, use a pen or pencil to draw on dots in any pattern you want. As an example, try drawing a flower petal shape around each finger’s cuticle area or use straight lines from the tip of one finger to another.
- Step back and admire your new creative manicure!
Show your girly side with a delicate flower design on the tip of your nails. Start by painting each nail with a white polish then draw on the stem and blossom using a light pink. Wrap your tips up in pretty ribbons by painting polka dots on top of gold polish then twisting and painting over in pink to create bows. Use this as an accent nail or create it as part of a pedicure look, too!
Nails make an excellent accessory. Whether you’re going to a party or just need something on your nails to match your attire, the right nail design can take your look from drab to fab in seconds. That’s why this week we want to show you 3 new ways of sprucing up your nails with some pretty and trendy designs: Stripes, chevron prints, and polka dots.