Geo pattern nails tutorial


As promised here is the Geo pattern nails tutorial.

The things you’ll need:


•Acrylic paint
•Your favorite top coat
•Your favorite base coat
•Dotting tool or toothpick
•Scotch tape(clear)
•Nail art brush
•Glitter polish: I’m using China Glaze in angel wings.
•A nude sheer polish: I’m using Sally Hansen Salon Manicure in Polar Bear.


These are colors I made using my acrylic paint:
Navy: mix black & blue
Maroon: mix red, blue & black
Light purple: mix red, blue & white
Lime green: mix yellow and blue
Bright yellow: add white to yellow

NOTE: if you don’t have acrylic paint use nail polish in what ever colors you like just make sure they compliment each other.


Next take 2 in piece of tape and paint 6 sections each with a different color. And allow it to dry. This can get messy as you can see lol.


Next apply your base coat and allow it to dry for about 2 minutes then apply 2-3 coats of a sheer polish. It doesn’t have to be super perfect.


Next, brush your glitter polish onto a cosmetic sponge and pat it on each nail covering themiddle to upper most part of the nail.


Take the tape you painted and cut out different angular shapes from each color placing them on the nail in a puzzle like pattern. This may take a while at first but as you get the hang of it you will go faster.


Lastly use black and white acrylic paint or nail polish and make dotted oulined angular shapes overlapping a few of the shapes on your nail. Add your top coat and you are done!


I hope you like your Geo Pattern Nails! Come back for nail art tutorials every Friday.

Gace and peace ladies!:-)


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