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Nail Art DIY 7 – Ideas to make easy french nail with nail art sticker

Is been a while I’ve stop posing nail art tutorial
after I broke my nails…
But yesterday I received a request from my friend,
asking me if I can make a something cute for her.
So, I decided to post the last nail art
I made one month ago before I post the next one.

This is a really simple one,
it may brings you some idea to how to use your nail art stickers.

& one of my friend ask me is there any easy way to make french nail
because she don’t have any french nail sticker
& her hand was not steady enough to apply the nail polish.
So,I’ll teach a another way to make french nail easily without french nail art sticker..(>_^)

This is what you need:
a small piece of sponge,base & top coat,white nail polish + nail art sticker.

After applying base cote,
get a small piece of sponge & apply some nail polish on it…

Then,stamp the nail polish on your nail.
make sure you are fast enough before your nail polish dry~

It will come out not very smooth…
So,you’ll need to apply nail polish again using the nail polish brush to fill up all the space up.
But it will be more easier to do it now.

& that’s it!easy right?

ok,lets do some pattern with nail arts stickers.

Before I sticks my stickers,
I added some silver blinks (glitter powder would do)
on my nails to make it look sharp a bit. =3
Then,sticker + top coat…
We are finish!

Nice and simple~Try it ♥ ^^


3 responses

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    March 29, 2012 at 7:21 pm

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    April 3, 2012 at 8:30 pm

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