♥ Chipped nails with a stunning classy dress? Not in this world 😉
Holidays are almost there, and while we’re all shopping for festive outfits, cosy home decoration and thinking about thé menu, it’s also important to take care of your nails. I mean, chipped nails with a stunning classy dress? Not in this world 😉
After reading this article you’ll probably have enough Festive Nail Art Inspiration to get creative yourself !
It’s always fun to experiment with nail polish and nail art. I’m left-handed, which for me means I’m writing with left, though I cut scissors with my right. I’m not completely “left” if you know what I mean. So for nail-art, I’m the best with my left hand, so my right hand will be on point. With a little practice though, you can also achieve the “on point” effect on your left hand. It won’t be perfect at the first time, if it is: great, but practice makes perfect.
Something that lots of make-up/nail-artists say, is that you have to apply a base-coat at first, then the colour you want on your nails, another layer and on top of that the topcoat. Honestly? That takes way too much of my time and I’m not that patient at all. Ok, my nails won’t stay beautiful for two weeks, but if you’re not going bowling, redoing your garden and other things that ruin your nails, they will be perfectly fine.
A tip that also works is: after some time your nails start growing, and you have space between your nail polish and nails. That sucks, especially when the nail polish still looks okay on your nails. What to do about it? Apply some glitter nail polish on the spots where it’s blank, and you’re ready to go again!
For example; apply one layer of natural nail polish, then roughly apply a nail polish in a colour you like on top and last but not least: apply some glitter/sparkly nail polish.
I’ve been searching for the cutest and most beautiful nail art, so enjoy and get inspired: Festive Nail Art Inspiration!
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