Flowers’ nail art tutorial

As promised, I have 6 flowery designs to share with you. I mainly did this to practice a little.

ImageNumber 1: White flower on black base

Things you need: black nail polish – Maybelline Colorama tone nr 23 (black); white striper – Kiss Nail Art Paint tone nr 2 (white); rhinestones; dotting tool

How to do it:

  1. Firstly apply the black nail polish and let it dry.
  2. Now paint curvy images of number 1 nearer to the tip of your nail and add 3 white dots as in the photo to both sides of the flower.
  3. Carefully place the rhinestone and apply top coat.

Number 2: Roses

Things you need: 4 colours of nail polish: Maybelline Colorama tone 91 (coral), tone 749 (yellow), tone 352 (red) and tone 652 (green); dotting tool and toothpick

How to do it:

  1. Apply the coral nail polish as base and let it dry.
  2. Now add irregular dots with yellow polish. The number of dots (roses) is free choice. Now draw half circles with red nail polish using the toothpick by moving from outside to inside of the yellow dots. After that you can use the dotting tool to make leaves with green. Let all of it dry out.
  3. Lastly apply top coat but be sure to not apply any pressure or it will smudge. And you’re done!

Number 3: Daisies

Things you need: 2 colours – Maybelline Colorama tone 652 (green), tone 749 (yellow); striper – Kiss Nail Art Paint tone 2 (white); dotting tool

How to do it:

  1. Firstly apply the green as base and let it dry.
  2. Now paint the petals for the daisies with white striper. For that just pull out the stripes from the center of the daisy. When petals are ready fill the spaces with white dots.
  3. Now you can use the dotting tool to make the yellow dot for the core. Let it dry.
  4. Lastly apply top coat, let it dry and you’re done!

Number 4: Cherry Blossoms

Things you need: 2 colours – Wild & Mild in Pretty Lilac (tone 11), Maybelline Colorama tone 91 (coral); 2 stripers – Kiss Nail Art Paint tone 2 (white) and tone 12 (black); dotting tool

How to do it:

  1. Firstly I applied 2 coats of Wild & Mild in Pretty Lilac since 1 coat was too light.
  2. When the base is dry, draw the branches with black.
  3. Now use dotting tool or toothpick to make the cherry blossoms onto the branches (I made 3 dots for each blossom). After that add a white dot to the center of each blossom. Be careful though – it needs to be a bit smaller than the petals. Let everything dry.
  4. Lastly apply top coat, let it dry and you’re done 😉

ImageNumber 5: Classy Flowers

Things I used: Alessandros in Ice Cream Bar (pink); Kiss Nail Art Paint tones 2 (white), 10 (silver glitter) and 12 (black)

How to do it:

  1. Start out with painting your nails with the pink and let it dry.
  2. Now paint the white petals. They’re slightly triangular as you can see.
  3. Thirdly add the vines with the black and carefully add the black to the petals as in the picture. Now make silver lining to the vines (only to 1 side of the vine).
  4. When the art has dried add 1 layer of top coat and you have awesome nails 😉

ImageNumber 6: Delicate Flower Nail Art

Things you need: 4 colours – Maybelline Colorama tone 51 (white), tone 652 (green), tone 654 (blue), tone 749 (yellow); black striper – Kiss Nail Art Paint tone 12 (black); dotting tool; rhinestones

How to do it:

  1. As base apply the white nail polish (I did 2 layers to make it white :P) and let it dry.
  2. Secondly add the black lining to one side of the nail with the striper. Be sure to cover your tip diagonally and make it slightly thicker at the base of the nail also. At this part you can also add 3 black dots to the base and to the tip of your nail. Let it dry.
  3. Thirdly paint the flowers. I used dotting tool for it. I made 4 petals slightly triangular. Before the petals are dry tip your toothpick into the white and pull lines from the center of the petals towards the core of your flower. Then gently place the rhinestone.
  4. Take the black striper again and draw the vine coming out of the flower towards the base of your nail.
  5. For the leaves I used dotting tool again. Firstly applied some green and then a little yellow onto the green and some green again to the edges of the yellow close to flower petals (I hope that makes any sense).
  6. When your art is dry, apply top coat. Let it dry off completely and you’re done!

So which one do you like the best? I know it’s a wall of text but i still hope you enjoyed it. In the future you’ll surely see some of these on my nails too 😀

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About Kairi

Art loving girl from Estonia.
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