Sunday, 22 September 2013

Colourful Name Nails

Hi Everyone, this week I am back with another nail art look. This is one of my favourite nail art's I have done for a long time as I think they're really fun and colourful! If you want to find out how I achieved these name nails keep reading!

So to begin with, what will you need in order to create this look?

You will need nail varnish in yellow, baby pink, coral, mint, dark pink, orange and a top coat. You will also need a sponge and some letter nail transfers. I was lucky enough to be given the the new Nails Inc. Monogram Manicure set from a friend so this is what I used to personalise my nails. The nail varnishes I used were Illamasqua Rare, Rimmel Ring O' Roses, Barry M Passion Fruit, Barry M Greenberry, Rimmel Cranbury Zest and Barry M Peach Melba. 

Step-by-Step Guide:

Step 1: To begin with I painted all my nails in a base coat of Rimmel Ring O' Roses.

Step 2: Once the base coat was dry, I took the sponge and Barry M Passion Fruit and sponged this onto one of the top corners of each nail.

Step 3: Next I took Illamasqua Rare and sponged this onto the other top corner of each nail.

Step 4: Using Barry M Greenberry and the sponge again I added this to one bottom corner of each nail.

Step 5: Taking Rimmel Cranberry Zest and the sponge I sponged this onto the bare bottom corner of each nail.

Step 6: The final colour I sponged was Barry M Peach Melba and I sponged this onto the middle of each nail.

Step 7: Once all of the colours were dry on the nail I took the Nails Inc Monogram Manicure tranfers and added one letter onto each nail to spell out my name. 

Step 8: In order to keep all the transfers in place and prevent chipping I added a coat of top coat over each nail. 

The Final Look:

Thank you so much for reading! What do you think of these nails? Let me know any fun nail arts that you have enjoyed creating recently!

Until next time, Samantha xx

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