Sunday, 10 June 2012

Daisy chains

Hello beautifuls
Today's post is going to be another nail tutorial as I got a really good response from the last one and you all really seemed to enjoy it , so I thought I would share with you this cute daisy design which is lovely for summer Hope you enjoy xoxoxo

You will need
A base colour of your choice
Top & bottom coat (top coat is essential)
Acrylic paints which you can get from any craft shop
A dotting tool or a cocktail stick

Acrylic paints are the best thing to use for nail art as they are water soluble which means if you make a mistake you can wipe it off with a wet cotton pad :)
Paint your nails the base colour of your choice and put too little blobs of paint that you want your flowers to be 
Applu four small dots along the top of your nail depending on how big your nail is using your dotter or cocktail stick
Apply 4/5 dots around the one you placed in the middle to create the daisy look

You can do it on all of your nails or just 1/2 ... it also looks great on toes  most importantly make sure you apply a top coat so your daisys dont come off :)

And here is the final look , i used maxfactor intense plum for my base colour

My next Post a ''H.D'' Brow tutorial 


  1. such a cute and simple nail design! :)
    i definitely want to try to this one out!

    tiana of l'esthetique

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  3. I've never heard of using actual Acrylic Paints before, great tutorial :)

    Love, Elizabeth xx

    1. Yeh I have always used nail varnish by my nail art tutor says its the best ! So I do as she says :p haha xxx

  4. I would have never thought of using acrylic paints for nail art but it seems like such a good idea. Thanks for the tip :)

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  6. These are super cute and pretty! I've actually never thought of using acrylic paint to do my nail art, but now that you've mentioned it kind of makes sense. I defo want to try using them to see how I get on with them!! Suppose they would be really opaque too




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