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CraftsNail Painting •
To start clean and file your nails. Even if you haven't got polish on them it's always good to go over them with nail polish remover: this helps get rid of any build up and will help the polish grip better and therefor last long!
1) I started with Sally Hansen HARDasNAILS Xtreme Wear Nail Color in (4860-01)Invisible.
2) After allowing the base coat to dry, go ahead and add the spots! For a more natural looking print be sure to rotate your brush, you'll get a subtle difference in the shape and orientation of you spots, which will make the print look more natural. For my spots I used Nails Inc. Polish in Jeremy Street which I got free in som shitty glamor mag.
Love the color but it doesn't have the best staying power(I'm pretty tough on my nails).
3) Use a liquid Eyeliner to draw around your spots. I used my favorite brand of liners Annabelle Liquid Liner in BLACK OUT. This shade is a black with a hint of super fine shimmer. Adds a nice bit of glitz!
*I used a reference image or two making sure that none of the spots looked the same. Going for a natural looking print remember!
4) Finally, after you have ALLOWED THE EYELINER TO DRY gently apply your clear top coat. Again I used HARDasNAILS Xtreme Wear Nail Color in (4860-01)Invisible.