Short video tutorial on making zebra print nail art which was made for my blog. This version uses acrylic paint rather than polish so it’s much easier to work with.
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Zebra print nail art tutorial.
What you need:
White polish, black acrylic paint, clear polish, think paint brush.
First thing is to clean and prep your nails. If you use a base coat, apply this now.
Lay down a base coat of white.
To get a clean finish I needed two coats of white.
Wait until everything is completely dry.
Pour out some acrylic paint.
Using a thin brush make a wavy “V” shape on one side of the nail.
Repeat on the other side.
Now following the V lines make more squiggles until the nail is full.
You could use black polish for this but acrylic paint is easier to work with.
Once it’s dry give the whole thing a cleat coat and that’s it.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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