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Creating simple and easy nail designs

By :Shweta Mathur 0 comments
Creating simple and easy nail designs

Creating simple and easy nail designs can be a fun and rewarding way to express your personal style. Here's a step-by-step guide to one of the easiest nail designs you can try:

Materials you'll need:
- Base coat
- Nail polish in two complementary colors
- A topcoat
- Scotch tape or nail striping tape
- Nail polish remover
- Cotton swabs or brushes
- Nail file and buffer

 Prepare Your Nails
Start by making sure your nails are clean and free of any old nail polish. If needed, trim and file your nails to your desired shape and smooth the edges with a buffer. Apply a base coat to protect your natural nails and help the nail polish adhere better.

 Choose Your Colors
Select two nail polish colors that complement each other well. You can choose a classic combination like black and white or go with any colors that you like.

 Apply the Base Color
Paint all your nails with the lighter of the two chosen colors. Allow it to dry completely. You can use a quick-dry topcoat to speed up the process.

 Create Stripes with Tape
Once your base color is dry, cut small pieces of Scotch tape or nail striping tape. Place the tape diagonally on your nails, creating stripes or any geometric pattern you like. Make sure to press the tape firmly to avoid any gaps that the nail polish can seep through.

 Apply the Second Color
Now, using the second color, paint over the exposed areas of your nails, including the tape. Apply one or two coats as needed for full coverage. Make sure not to let the polish dry completely before moving on to the next step.

 Remove the Tape
Carefully and gently remove the tape while the second color is still wet. This will reveal the stripes or pattern in the base color. If you notice any imperfections, you can use a cotton swab or a small brush dipped in nail polish remover to clean up the edges.

 Finish with a Topcoat
Wait for your design to completely dry before applying a clear topcoat. The topcoat not only seals your design but also provides a glossy finish and enhances the overall look.

 Clean Up
Clean up any excess nail polish around your nails with a small brush or cotton swab dipped in nail polish remover.

 Let Your Nails Dry Thoroughly
Allow your nails to dry completely. You can speed up the drying process by using a quick-dry topcoat.

And that's it! You've created a simple and stylish nail design using tape. Experiment with different color combinations and tape patterns to create a variety of easy and eye-catching nail designs that suit your style and mood.

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