This nail art has been lying around in my laptop for a long time and with Valentine’s day closing in I thought this to be the perfect time to post it.
I was in a mood to wear pink (don’t remember if it was Wednesday 😀 *bad joke*) and made this accent nail art. I have used THIS easy peasy method to draw the hearts.
Dark Pink: Deborah 7 Days Long Nail Enamel in shade ‘826’.
Light pink: Maybelline Superstay nailpolish in shade ‘Pink in the Park’ . Check my other fav color from this range HERE.
Glitter dots: Maybelline Gold Digger nailpolish in shade ‘Gilded Rose’ . Check review and full swatch HERE.
Do tag me if you recreate this nail art 🙂
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I am back with another Valentine nail art. You can check part 1 and 2 HERE and HERE
Since valentine’s is all about love and love involves hearts, I painted big hearts on all my nails.
Plus my nails were short so I couldn’t draw anything else 😀
I wanted to keep the base dark so I chose red color (color of love). You can choose any color of your choice.
All you need to do for this nail art is:
1. Paint your base color
2. Make a rough heart like shape. I draw my hearts directly using the nail polish brush. For reference, you can see a tutorial on easy way to draw hearts.
3. Using a black nail art pen or a thin brush, draw the outlines of hearts using black polish
And Tadaaa…. You have cute hearts sitting on your nails 🙂
The Red nailpolish I used is Colorbar Pro nail lacquer in shade ‘Rosie’
White one is NYC In a minute quick dry nail polish in shade ‘Blanco 032’
I recommend using a fast drying polish for outline. Otherwise if it smudges, the whole look will get ruined.
I have done the first part of this Valentine’s series HERE. Check it out.
This time I made it rather colorful nail art. And as always, white is a great color as base for nail arts. It makes other colors really pop.
I wanted to make a polka dot kinda nail art and I thought how about tweaking it with little hearts instead.
I have made the hearts using a dotting tool. I have done a tutorial on super easy way to draw hearts. Check it HERE. I have drawn the hearts here using the ‘v’ technique.
I wanted to keep this nail art soft and pastely, that is why I have used light colors. You can use any color of your choice.
The white nail polish I have used for base is NYC In a minute quick dry nail polish – Blanco 032
Hope you like it
Ok so this is going to be a short post. Since love is in the air, I did a Valentine’s day nail art.
I painted my nails in White base color since this is the best color as your canvas on which your imagination can run wild. I wanted to paint a boy and girl exchanging hearts.
I drew the hearts using a tooth pick. You can find the tutorial for drawing hearts HERE. I have used the first method out of the two given in the tutorial. Worth a read I’d say.
I drew the boy and the girl using a nail art pen. Now since the couple’s hearts exchange finished off on the 4 fingers itself, my thumb got lonely = D So I did the easiest thing. Added Polka dots. And to keep up with the theme I drew a small heart.
Nail polishes used:
White: NYC In a minute quick dry nail polish – Blanco 032
Red: Colorbar Pro nail lacquer- Rosie
I liked the mani. Hope you find it useful too.
This nail art reminds me of ‘Little Hearts’ biscuits from Britannia. Delicious they are 😀 Hence the title.
I was bored with all the blues, greens and other bright shades and wanted to have a ‘feminine’ color on my nails. So I applied a light peachy-pinkish shade. But then I thought- Hey! Small cute hearts would look pretty on it. And so this is what I ended up with.
No nail art tools were used and everything is free hand. I will do a tutorial on an easy way to make such hearts later.
I hope you find it useful.