Aug 3, 2014

Neon Animal Print Nails

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Hey guys!! Well it's August! summer is almost over, and I just couldn't resist on creating some super bright neon nails for today. Before I begin, I also started a YouTube exciting! Hopefully, I'll get the hang of it to create more tutorials, for all of you guys. So if any of you have request leave me a comment below or on my channel. Thanks! :)
  So for today's nails I was browsing on magazine one day, and saw these really cool neon animal print bed sheets. As usual nail inspiration came to mind....or I guess you can say a "light bulb"! I'm actually considering creating a tutorial on these, so let me know.
Neon Animal Print
As for the design, I thought the colors and animal print was completely different, nothing I've seen before. I'm sure you guys are wondering how this looks like, so I was lucky enough to find the site here.

For the design, I began by applying two coats of OPI Alpine Snow. This way the neon's and orange pop a little more. Once the base is completely dry, I applied one of Essie Roarrange on the forefinger and Diosa Nail Lacquer Rev Up on the pinky. Now for the two tone print, I added a stripe of tape to divide the two colors, and where I would add the following color.
Once that was set, I applied one coat of  Essie Roarrange (for the top), Too Taboo (for the bottom) Diosa Nail Lacquer Rev Up (for the middle). I then did the same on the other nail using Too Taboo (for the top), Rev Up (for the bottom) and Essie Roarrange (for the middle).
  For the animal print, I used a stripping brush for the zebra, and a dotting tool for the leopard-- with Essie Roarrange and Too Taboo. Lastly, I sealed the design with H K Girl Top Coat. Overall, I loved how these came out. The colors combinations are my favorite. These were so much fun to do and to look at.
Hope all of you enjoyed my post today! 
What do you guys think? Let me know in the comments below! 
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