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Showing posts with label nail art techniques. Show all posts
Showing posts with label nail art techniques. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Comb Marbling Nailart- Dry Marbling using Hair Comb -DIY Nailart Tool

Hello Lovelies,
 
Today I am sharing some interesting nailart technique. This is just another quick way to make drymarbling or polybag marbling  decals for nails. I used a regular widetooth comb to create marbled effect so I guess we can call it Comb Marbling ! You get nice marbled effect using this DIY tool. I have a posted a tutorial also so keep reading :)

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Valentine's Day Nails with Syrup Gradient Technique

Hello friends,
How are you all? Most of us are in Valentine's Day mood already. I am planning a family day out with my kids and hubby and will bake a cake :) What are your plans? Do share with me.

And what about V-Day mani? What are you wearing for Vday? Here is one idea simple and easy to do. All you need is two polishes and some heart stickers, so shall we check out :)

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Reptile Skin Nails using Blobbicure Technique

Hello Lovelies
I am doing a nailart challenge called Nail That Technique. As the name suggest it's about trying various nailart techniques. Nailbuddies from Indian Lacquer Lovers gave their input for this challenge and our dear admin Dimpal from CrazyPolishes did a hard work to put all this together. First theme in this challenge is Blobbicure :) This is probably my second attempt for blobbicure and I loved how it turned out. I called it Reptile skin though I never planned it like that. I did try a lot of colours and finally settled on this colour combo.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

One Stroke Roses on a Rosy Gradient Nails

Hello Lovelies,

I am blogging after a long break as I was enjoying my holidays and it was fun. If you are following my social sites you might have seen some pics and updates. Anyways today's nail art is for STNchallenges theme - Nailart using two techniques. You can join us on facebook HERE and be a part of future challenges. In this design I used two techniques- Gradient and One stroke. Lets have a look at it.

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