A short tutorial on creating basic rose print nail art tutorial
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How to paint rose nail art.
You need:
nail art brush, dark pink nail polish, light pink nail polish, white nail polish, light green nail polish, dark green nail polish.
Start with a light pink base coat.
Use the dark pink to make some odd shaped splotches.
Load your brush with the light green.
Add tear shapes to the splotches. These will be leaves.
Load your brush with dark green.
Paint a small line at the base of each leaf to be a vein.
Load your brush with light pink.
Add a dot to the middle of each splotch and then some squiggles around the outside.
Load your brush with white.
Add a couple of highlights.
Add a top coat of clear polish if you want.
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