This is a short, low quality version of a nail art tutorial on my blog. It is a purple base with white painted lace.
Old video re-uploaded with more appropriate music.

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This is a re-upload of an old video to add more suitable music.
This one is a simple nail art tutorial on creating a basic lace design using a nail pen.
Today on VioletVision.
Nail Art Tutorial, Sweet Lace Nails.
You need: Eyeko Lilac Polish, White Dotting Pen.
Step 1:
Paint your nails with the lilac polish.
Step 2:
Allow it to dry then paint a second coat.
Step 3:
Allow it to dry completely and clean up the nail polish you probably spilled on your tiles.
Step 4:
Get your dotting pen and start dotting like this.
And that’s it.
You can top coat with clear polish if you want.
Thanks for watching.
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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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