Thursday, 4 July 2013

Black and white nails! OMD Challenge

So, I know Ive missed day 2 and 3 of the challenge, and I will hopefully catch it up later. Below is my attempt at day 4, black and white.

I decided to do music notes! And a little red heart too. What do you guys think?

I used striping tape, a dotting tool, as well as one of my nail art brushes. I will upload the tutorial soon, it was not that hard to do, especially with the striping tape. Free hand lines would be harder. The music notes were pretty simple, using a dotting tool, and just using a thin brush for the lines of the note.





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At 4 July 2013 at 14:25 , Anonymous Emma said...

This is really cute :)

 
At 4 July 2013 at 14:33 , Blogger Prettiful said...

Thanks Emma! I love yours too! I have tried stamping, but it didnt work :(

 
At 5 July 2013 at 18:20 , OpenID behappyandbuypolish said...

Great job! I always have troubles with my lines being straight, but you did this nicely!

 
At 6 July 2013 at 11:19 , Blogger Prettiful said...

Thanks, but thats cos I cheated and used striping tape! I would never have such straight lines without it! Its in my tutorial in the next post :)

 
At 20 July 2013 at 18:18 , OpenID thenailartandbeautydiaries said...

they are v pretty...could qualify for musical theme as well!

 
At 21 July 2013 at 20:52 , Blogger Prettiful said...

Thanks! Yip, I uploaded it under music theme too :)

 

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Black and white nails! OMD Challenge

So, I know Ive missed day 2 and 3 of the challenge, and I will hopefully catch it up later. Below is my attempt at day 4, black and white.

I decided to do music notes! And a little red heart too. What do you guys think?

I used striping tape, a dotting tool, as well as one of my nail art brushes. I will upload the tutorial soon, it was not that hard to do, especially with the striping tape. Free hand lines would be harder. The music notes were pretty simple, using a dotting tool, and just using a thin brush for the lines of the note.





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