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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Easy Candy Cane Nails

Hey everyone! So here’s another nail art tutorial for you which is perfect for the holidays! I call it Easy Candy Cane Nails. Now I don’t take full credit for this design because I know that there has been a lot of people who has done this nail art before I did, but I just thought that it would be cool to share with you guys how I do it :)

So for the nail polishes and tools, you would need the following:

From left to right:

  • Caronia Nail Hardener and Base Coat
  • Caress Nail Polish in "Jealousy"
  • LA Colors Art Deco in "White" (you may also use a white nail polish and detail brush if you don't have the Art Deco)
  • Caronia Fast Dry Top Coat
Here are the steps:
  1. Start with your base coat. Then, apply two coats of the red color.

  2. Using LA Colors Art Deco in white (or a detail brush dipped in white nail polish), draw some thick diagonal lines across the nail. Then, apply think diagonal lines beside the thick ones.

  3. Wait for the nail polishes to dry and then apply top coat. And you're done! As always, you may reapply top coat after two days in order to maintain your mani.
Here's the video tutorial. Music is called "We Wish You" from Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons 3.0.

So I hope you guys enjoy this tutorial and I'll talk to you soon! Bye!


Anonymous said...

where can i buy that yellow brush? I bought a thin brush from national bookstore. XD after using it the bristles harden... tThanks

nicaxandy said...

@Anonymous, I bought the yellow brush at Gaisano Grand Mall in Mactan Lapulapu. If you're in Cebu, I think you can also find it at any Gaisano department stores at their school supply section. You may want to clean your brush after using it by dipping it in nail polish remover (or acetone) and making sure that there isn't any nail polish residue left on the bristles. Then, wash it with water. This can help maintain the quality of your brush :)

joan said...

great nails and tutorials veron! :)
i seriously can't remember the last time i had a good manicure. hehe :(

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