Merely trimming, filing and painting nails can become a tad bit boring at times. As women, most of us love doing something different once in a while, if not all the time. Flaunting long nails with art work has gone from just being about using dramatic colors of nail paint, to so much more. Fashion enthusiasts have embraced the changing nail shapes, varied patterns and 3D motifs alike. The good news is that these masterpieces can be worn for about a week or two and they work absolutely fine on naturals; no acrylics needed.
The monsoon is here and it is time to get creative with your nails in order to embrace monsoon hues. Want to do it, but lack inspiration? Scroll down for ideas:
This is fairly simple to do. You only need two colors of nailpaint- white and light blue. First, paint your nails blue. Once dry, paint some cute clouds and let them dry.
The monsoon without umbrellas? Impossible! On a blue background, paint an umbrella. To make this simple, make the umbrella only on one nail. You could paint clouds on the others.
When complete, you’re good to go!
For this, use a white base coat. Follow it up with different colored clouds – blue or gray. As for the raindrops, stick to one color. This, when done neatly, looks absolutely in sync with the season.
Why not take some inspiration from the rainbow? You may use only four or five colors, if not all. These should definitely include- blue, yellow, red and white. First, use a transparent base coat. Once dry, paint the rainbow and, yes, don’t forget the clouds!
Water drop effect
To show the effect of water drops sliding down a window, take a purple base. The next step is to use a blue glitter nailpaint to create the effect. Isn’t it easy to do? Sure, it is!