Just a quick easy video on daisy nails. It’s not really a full tutorial but I’ve been filming my nails as I grow them out slowly! .

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Daisy Nail Art Instructions!
Today I thought I’d do some fun Spring themed nail art.
I’ll be doing some daisies.
Paint a base coat alternating fingers in light green and yellow.
You may need a few coats but it should look something like this.
I’ll be drawing the daisies with a pen from The Face shop.
You can also use a regular thin brush.
Start by drawing a line then make several intersecting lines.
If you keep the lines thin, they will form cute little flowers.
Draw the little flowers all over the nails.
Keep it random.
Remember that the lines don’t need to be completely straight or even and you can do different sized flowers by starting with different sized lines.
Here’s a nice close up so you can see some of the details better.
So start with one line.
Then add a cross.
Then diagonals.
Then fill in all the little gaps between.
I like to make the petals a little bit wobbly too because it gives a cute effect.
Add a little bright yellow dot to the middle of each flower.
Now you just need to top coat it once it’s all dry and you’re good to go.
Pretty and very Spring-ish
Hope this was a useful video. Check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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