P.s this nail technique and the pictures were taken from Cute Girls Hairstyles make sure to check them out.
Here are the products I used for this manicure:
Base Coat, Top Coat, White Polish
Nail polish in 3-4 colours of your choice (I chose these spring colours!)
Sinful Colours Truth or Lavendare, Island Coral, V.I.Peach
And that’s it!
On to the how-to:
Step 1: Paint your nails with your base coat (always use a base coat to protect your nails, prevent staining, and help your manicure last its longest), allow to dry.
Step 2: Paint your nails 1-2 coats of a plain white polish and allow to dry. It doesn’t have to be perfect since you will be covering most of it up. The white base will also make the other polish colours really pop.
Step 3: Open one of the polish bottles (I started with the lightest colour because lighter colours are easier to cover than darker colours). Scrape off as much of the polish as you can, either onto the side of the polish neck like I’m doing, or onto a paper towel. You want the brush almost completely dry. You can always add more colour as needed.
Step 4: Gently brush your almost-dry polish brush over your nails both horizontally and vertically. Keep going until you get the effect you like. Allow polish to dry completely on nail (this won’t take long).
Step 5: Repeat step 3 with the second colour (and then the third). Remember there is no right or wrong way to do this! You can keep adding polish until you get exactly what you are looking for.
Step 6: Apply a quick dry top coat to help blend all the colours together and seal in your design. And that’s that!!! An eye-catching manicure that took a minimal amount of time!
The nice thing about this manicure is you can do any color combo. Last month I even did one with a black polish base and metallic polishes dry-brushed on top.
Hope you like this post.