Easy Gradient Nail Art Tutorial Video

This post has been on the back burner for a while. Originally I filmed it and had no time to edit then when I finally went to edit I decided to re-film now that my natural nails are long enough. So hopefully it lives up to expectations! Also there’s no music on this video due to some technical problems, I might update it later 🙂

To be honest using an orange stick is my second choice for doing this. Normally I just use my finger but it was very difficult to see what I was doing with a finger blocking the camera XD If you would like to see another way to achieve a similar look check out Mini Nail Blog’s post in which she uses loose glitter.

Let me know if you have any questions 🙂

Rose Print Nail Art Design Tutorial

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.
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.

Video Lilac Lace Nail Art, Nail Polish storage and Eyeko Polish Review

Ok this post is pretty huge if I do say so myself, it even has two tutorials including a lilac lace nail art… that’s right two!

I’ve been getting a lot of nail polish related requests lately so here is a gigantic post to take care of some of them!

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Firstly a lot of people have been asking how many nail polishes I have… the answer is 87. That sounds like a lot… and well it is a lot but I’ve collected those over the last 4 years aaaaand a lot of them were gifts and the ones I bought were all like $2 so it’s not actually the gigantic money pit it sounds like!

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Question 2: how do I store them? Well if I’m going to be making a lot of nail art to sell at once then I set them all up on a table organized by colour. Other than that they all live in a draw organized by whatever I shoved in there first.

The application was quite good it was a nice consistency and very shiny after application. It was opaque/the colour in the bottle after 2 coats. This next photo is a really good representation of the colour, it’s nice and soft and reminds me a lot of OPI “Do you lilac it?”. I didn’t find the smell of the polish over powering either which was nice.

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The packaging is super cute too which is a plus!

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The bottle is quite small at 8.5ml for £3 but for a boutique company that seems to be fairly standard. So the verdict = good! Everything they have is themed on a very cute manga which they update on the site every week, here’s some of the cute info they sent through:

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Now back to the tutorial! After the first coat is dry write the name and colour of the polish on the other end of the stick!

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Just like this 😀

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Now time for the second coat, this time you should only paint the top 2/3rds of the nail.

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Then leave that to dry. Once it’s dry you should paint one final coat on the top 1/3rd of the nail.

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So you should have something like this, the numbers represent the number of coats. This doesn’t mean much for a polish as opaque as this one but when you have a more sheer polish it’s much more useful to know how many coats you’ll need for the finish you want. Now you can see at a glance without having to trial and error it every time.

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This is an example of some polishes where the differences are a little more obvious, especially the orange.

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So there you have it! Now it’s time for a nail art tutorial 😀 Today we’re going to make a pretty but easy lace finish on a base of the Eyeko Lilac Polish. Video is below!

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Hope you enjoyed the double tutorial post! And please let me know if you have any other nail art related questions <3

Let me know what you think of it all especially the lilac lace nail art, I want to do more tutorials ^_^

Leopard Print Nail Art Tutorial

This is a quick and simple tutorial on painting leopard print nail art designs. Please note this version is very low quality. Check the blog for a high quality version.

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Text transcript:
Today on Violet Vision.
How to paint leopard print nail polish.
What you need:
Tan nail polish, dark brown nail polish, black nail polish, clear nail polish, orange diamantes.
Step 1.
Paint your nails tan.
Step 2.
Apply brown splotchy spots.
Step 3.
Add broken black outlines.
This is the pattern you want to aim for.
Add a couple of little black flecks between the leopard spots for more realistic print.
Step 4.
Paint black french tips.
Step 5.
Add diamantes using clear nail polish as glue.
Step 6.
Top coat with clear polish.
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.

Uninformative Hime Gyaru Style Acrylic Nail Tutorial…

This is a very uninformative acrylic nail tutorial.

I apologize in advance for my crappy camera work on this, it’s hard to hold a cell phone camera in one hand while doing acrylic nails with the other *_*

I am really not very good at writing tutorials but people are always asking about how I do my nails so I thought I’d give it another go. Please note that this really is just a rough guide, it’s not comprehensive, it’s just what I do!

Onwards to the acrylic nail tutorial.

Firstly you should get all of your materials together. I get all of my things together on a tray table so I can do it on the couch and be nice and comfy.

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