Water coloring Nail Art
I often run out of ideas for my nail. I really enjoy doing them myself. That’s how I can really appreciate the hard work of the professionals. Also, I have that bad habit, when something goes wrong, I get really judgy and I judge the person who did that wrong thing to me, in the case of self doing manicure, the only person that I can blame is me, and that’s way better than put the blame on strangers. I don’t want them to see how crazy I am.
Here is what I found recently – the water coloring nail decorations. It gets a bit messy, but if you follow the whole procedure strictly you won’t have any trouble at all.
Check it out:
- First of all, the primer is essential. Not only it protects the nails, but it helps with the removing treatment afterwards.
Let the layer of the primer dry out perfectly.
- Then apply the basic color. Here is used pale pink nail polish. Let that layer dry too. If you are not satisfied with the coverage of the layer, apply another one, but remember to let it dry completely.
- The next step is to prepare the bowl of water and the nail polish. Fill in a bowl with tap water, drop some nail polish in it and spritz with a spray (just a water).
- Now, wrap your finger with a paper tape in order to protect the skin around the nail from the nail polish. Then dip in the finger into the water.
- Enjoy the effect!
Keep doing that with the other nails. When everything is ready and dry, apply a top coat.