Hearts on Fanned Pink Background – Nail Art Tutorial by Sunandha V.
Base Coat: Jordana Calcium Boost Base Coat
Base Polish: Jordana Nail Polish “Berry Parfait”
White Polish : NYC Long wearing Nail enamel “French Tip”
Heart: Zoya Nail Polish “Izzy”
Top Coat : NYC Long wearing Nail enamel Extra shiny Topcoat.
- Apply your base coat.
- Paint your nails in the chosen base polish. I chose “Berry Parfait” by Jordana. It is a gorgeous Pink color.
- Once it’s dry, take little white polish in the foil paper. Use fan brush and apply the white polish on your nail horizontally from one side of the nail and then the other side. (if the polish doesn’t apply in streaks, but as a broad stroke, just run the fan brush over it twice without dipping it in polish, you will get the streaks)
- After the white polish is fully dry, apply pink polish in the same method described in step 3 (same as your base polish) to your nails. Don’t cover your white polish fully instead just enough for the white to peek through. (Think of a white nail polish sandwiched between pink polishes)
- Let them dry again fully.
- Now for your heart: There are two methods. one is to apply two dots using ur dotting tool and just drag the dots down to make a heart. Second is to use your dotting tool to make a “V” shape first and then manipulate it to make a heart. ( You can also use free hand) I love the second method since it easy to handle it even if I make a mistake when painting a heart.
- Draw hearts on ur nails as described in step 6. I used a shimmery pink polish. Just as many hearts as you want. Its your wish.
- After its all dry, top it off with a top coat.
- Now sit back and enjoy your nails.
*** Judges Notes ***
Sunandha’s entry is the full embodiment of “Simple Love and Hearts.” Not only was her entry complete but her design is simple enough to be done by a beginner or someone with unsteady hands. Her color combination is pleasing. The fanning of two different polish colors adds interest and takes a simple design to the next level without bumping it into the Intermediate category. Congratulations Sunandha!
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