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Saturday, March 19, 2011

Perfect in Purple

I am going to be doing some tutorials with a color theme!
I want to give the titles cute names according to the theme like: Perfect in Purple, Pretty in Pink, Green with Envy, Roses are Red.. Like that.
If you have any ideas about what I should do next, please leave me a comment letting me know! =)

 I have a best friend who's birthday is next week, and her favorite color is purple! So, this tutorial is for her =)

You will need: White, Lavender, Violet, and Dark purple nail polish. Also: a dotting tool (here I am using the end of a paint brush) and a makeup sponge.

Let's get started!

Step 1: Using two coats of the lavender color, paint all the nails.

Step 2: Taking your makeup sponge, and the violet color, dab on the polish at an angle on the tip of the nail.

Step 3: Using the darkest purple, make a design that looks like this: -.- but the dot will be in the middle, not down lower =P

Step 4: Last Step! Using the white, and depending on the size- make 4 to 5 little dots around the purple one in the middle

All done!!

By the way: I love houndstooth! Isn't it cute!?

Thank you so much for reading my blog!

Best of luck

Sunday, March 13, 2011

St. Patricks Day

It's St. Patricks Day this week! So, I'm going to show you a Irish/St. Pattys Day tutorial!

You will need: Green, white, orange nail polish, and a dotting tool.

Step 1: Paint your index finger nails green. Do the same with your middle and ring fingers using the white in the middle and the orange on the ring finger.

Your nails should look something like this =)

Step 2: Using the dotting tool, paint three dots close together in a triangle to form a 'clover shape'
Remember: it doesn't have to be perfect =)

Maybe it's just me but, I think little clovers like this are so cute!

Step 3: This is optional! Taking your dotting tool, make a small circle on your thumb nail and shape it to look somewhat like a cauldron/bucket whatever you want to call it. Add little yellow dots in whatever pattern you like for the little gold pieces. And your finished!

Done!! Yay!

As always, I appreciate anyone who reads my blog =)
Happy St. Patricks Day!!