As a beauty blogger, who focuses on cosmetics, I was totally intimidated by nail art. I mean art, on your nails?! It wasn’t until last summer that I started actively creating nail art. What I have learned is that it’s totally doable.
This was my first attempt at a design on my nails. It took me 3 tries! After the zebra, I was hooked.
For a couple of months, I was on a dot kick!
This April, I felt confident enough in my abilities to complete a (doable) nail art challenge.
I found that utilizing Pinterest and Google images for inspiration and tutorials is your best source. There are many amazing nail bloggers out there who share their secrets to fabulous nail art. I enjoy Nail Art 101 for step by step instructions.
I also learned that you don’t need fancy brushes or tools. A toothpick or a Q-Tip with the cotton clipped off work great. Revlon also launched their Nail Art Expressionist collection that includes a fine tipped brush with the polish. With these simple tools, you too can create some gorgeous looks!
Arielle is the author of Beauty by Arielle. She lives in Indiana with her husband and dog. By day, she is a mental health therapist. Beauty by Arielle is a blog focusing on cosmetics, hair, nails and fashion. The blog features reviews and tutorials. You can also find Beauty by Arielle in Allure magazine’s Beauty Blogger of the Year contest! Read Arielle’s bio here.
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