POLKAAAAAA DOOOOOOOOTS……make me so happy. I like polka dots everywhere- be it polka dots dress, polka dot accessories, polka dot home decor…I would sooo love to have a polka dot wall in my home. Now Polka dots is my favorite nail art for 3 reasons.
1. It doesnot take long to do. Keep your polishes ready and it wont take more than 5 mins.
2. Doesn’t require precision. Just dot randomly and you are done
3. It prettify your nails so much 🙂
You can see my love for Polka dots HERE ,HERE, HERE and HERE And many more will come eventually.. hihihi
I did this nail art a while ago. White is such a versatile color. You can paint just anything on it, like an empty canvas. Plus white makes other colors pop.
Like I said, this nail art doesnt require much precision. I have made the dots directly from the nail polish brush. No special tools used. That is why my dots are not perfect round.
Grab as many colors as you want and start dotting. No need to make it uniform.
Happy Painting 🙂
So the winters in Delhi aren’t a bad deal this year. A warm sunny day is just the thing one can wish for in this frigid weather. Give me a mug of coffee (chocolate milk will do too :P) and a good novel, and I can laze about the whole day. The radiant sun in winters is enough to light up one’s mood. And so is the color Rose gold. This color is very feminine. Very pretty. And so IN these days =D
I didn’t want to do a full fledged nail art (on full 5 fingers) as it would have masked the prettiness of this color. So I decided to accent my ring finger with teeny tiny harmless dots.
What else to compliment with Rose gold other than Bows!
Ooh and the mark you see on my index finger is the voting ink.
This nail art reminds me of a vintage-y dress. Don’t know if it is Rose gold or bows and polka dots, but it sure does ring a bell.
You can check my other Accent nail arts HERE, HERE and HERE.
Polka dots is the retro-est nail art there can ever be. You say Polka dots and the old Bollywood songs flash in front of your eyes where the actress wore polka dotted dresses and matching hairbands.
This is one of the easiest and the least time-consuming of all nail art. Also, one of my favorites.
I wanted to wear mint color and later decided for glittery black dots.
I have done a similar nail art before. Check it HERE
No dotting tools were used. The dots were made using a toothpick.
The mint green polish used here is Maybelline colorama in shade ‘Absinto’. The dots are made using Colorbar nail polish in shade ‘Night Fiery’. You can buy both HERE and HERE.
Happy painting girls 🙂
Today I bring to you a very simple and classic nail art- ze Polka Dots…
How to do it– Its super simple. Paint your nails with color of your choice and dot with a contrasting color using a dotting tool or the back of a toothpick. 😀
I used neither and dotted free hand using the nail polish brush itself.
This color combination gives it a retro look..don’t you think?
You can paint all nails with one color or alternate with two like I have done.
Polka dots look good on both long as well as short nails, but I think it looks cuter on short nails.. don’t you think so? 😀
Hope you find it useful.