5 Easy Nail Art without Professional Tools

5 Easy Nail Art without Professional Tools

  1. Basic Floral nail art: All you need are nail paints (of your choice or the ones in the picture), base coat, bobby pins/ toothpicks ad a top coat

a. Apply a Base Coat.

b. Apply a sage green nail polish or any color of your choice.

c. With the help of a bobby pin, start making dots in the shape of a flowers.

d. Seal it with a top coat.

Floral art using bobby pin
2. Retro dots: All you need is a red and white nail paints, base coat, bobby pins (by stretching it out and using the tips of it) and a top coat.
a. Apply  a base coat.
b. Apply a red nail paint as a base color.
c. With the help of a bobby pin, apply the white nail paint as the dots.
d. Now seal it with a top coat.
Retro Dots using Bobby Pin
3. Splatter nail art: All you need is different colors to make it look more vibrant, but here we are using black, pink, yellow, blue, teal, white & green, a straw, a base coat and a top coat.
a. Apply  a base coat.
b. Apply the black nail paint as the base color again.
c. Dip the straws into the nail and blow the straws to the nail to create the splatter look. Repeat the same for the other colors as well. Remove the liquid latex around the nail and clean up the excess polish.
d. Last step, apply the top coat.
Splatter Nail Art using Straws

 4. Cupcake Sprinkles nail art: All you need is different vibrant colors. We used Yellow, pink, purple, peach, white & green, a thick base coat, bobby pins/ tooth pick and a top coat.

a. Apply a base coat.
b. With the help of a toothpick or a bobby pin, draw tiny lines all over your nail to get the sprinkled look.
c. Seal it with a top coat.

 

 

5. Cherry nail art: All you need is sky blue, red, green & white nail paint, bobby pin, thin water color brush, base coat and a topcoat. 

a. Apply a base coat.

b. Apply the sky-blue nail polish as the base coat.

c. Once it dries out, with the help of the tip of your bobby pin, add sets of 2 dots all over your nails. Make sure to leave some space between the dots so you can create the stems. Now, with the help of the thin brush, carefully draw a thin line from each cherry and meet the two lines above the cherries. Once you’re done wit the stems, with the help of the tip of a toothpick, you can add tiny white dots to complete the look.

d. Finally, seal it with a top coat.

 

 

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