Show Your Nails Some Love With Watercolour Nail Art
Okay... here's a confession... I'm terrible at any sort of nail art! Women around me roll their eyes at me because I have such strong, long blessed nails and in spite of that, I'm practically nailpaint-less for most part of the year. Yes, I know it's a crime but what do I do? I just cannot understand how women go about painting their nails so intricately!
I know for a fact that my rants are reaching out to so many women, who like me, have failed repeatedly at mastering nail art. And my surprise for today is dedicated to just those special women. Now obviously, if I'm all praises about a nail art tutorial, be pretty sure that it must be something that even I'm capable of.
The nail art that I'm going to talk about today is the new watercolour nail art. It's chic, it's colourful and *hold your breath* it's easy! Take a sigh of relief because you don't need those complicated nail art tools for this one; a simple watercolour brush is just what you need. The idea is to normally paint your nails in one solid colour first and then letting that act as a canvas for your watercolour game! Sounds interesting? Let's get started.
There are two ways to achieve the perfect watercolour nail art look. Don't worry because the end result will be the same. One is where you apply small drops of different coloured polish on your nails and use your watercolour brush to lightly blend them. Check out the tutorial by ChrissyAi to watercolour your nails perfectly.
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The second way is to treat your nail polishes like paint and your nails like a canvas. Spread little drops of your polishes on a plastic sheet and dip your watercolour brush into a pot of water. Dilute a colour and apply it on your nails. Repeat with the other colours to create a perfect painting. This tutorial by ThePolishedMommy will help you.
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I give a thumbs-up to this watercolour nail art because you don't need to be perfect with it. Use your favourite colours, blend them the way you like and there, you have the perfect abstract painting :)