Neon Flower Nails Tutorial

Hey y’all!

Summer vibe is in full swing here on my blog. In my last post, I shared with you an easy summer makeup that is cute yet edgy. To continue with the summer theme, today, I want to share with you a flower nail art tutorial that you can rock all summer long. I wore this nail design to my local country fair and received so much compliments. This flower nail art tutorial features a neon-orange nail polish (Game Changer) from Trust Fund Beauty that I got in my Ipsy’s June Glam Bag.

Don’t be fool by the look of it, this flower nail art is super easy to do. All you need are some dotting stools.

Neon flower nails tutorial-tools

If you have any dotting tools like the ones I use, the round part of any pen caps and some toothpicks will do. So, without further ado, here’s the tutorial!

Neon flower nails tutorial

  1. After applying a layer of base coat to protect your nail, apply the base color.
  2. Using a big dotting tool, create 5 dots like the picture.
  3. To create a petal, use a small and sharp dotting tool and drag a line starting from the middle of the dot to the center of the flower. Repeat to all the other dots.
  4. This is optional. I also added a smaller flower to fill up the empty space.
  5. Wait for the flowers to dry and apply your favorite top coat to seal in you work.

Voila! You’re done! How do you think about this neon flower nail design? Let me know where you would rock this nail design to?

Korean Nail Trend: High-heel Nails Tutorial

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2017 Korean Nail Trend: High-heel Nails Tutorial

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If you haven’t got on the Korean nail arts bandwagon yet, you might be missing out some of the most amazing and bold nail trends. One of these trends is the high-heel nail. From Instagram to Pinterest, I’ve been seeing this nail art everywhere. Even sites like Popsugar and Byrdie featured it.

The idea of high-heel nail is that you create a thick line of nail polish in the middle of your nail to mimic a high heel. Sound pretty simple, don’t you think? If you’re still in doubt, keep on reading to see how easy it is to create this trendy Korean nail art.

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How To Repurpose Old/Expired Eyeshadow (Updated 8/23/2016)

 

*This post was originally posted on joliecious.blogpost.com*

Hey guys,
The other day, when I was going through my makeup collections, I realized that most of my BHcosmetics eyeshadow palettes had expired. How sad! I didn’t get to use them a lot. Despite how much I wanted to keep them, I didn’t want to risk getting an eye infection (don’t use expired cosmetics guys!). However, the colors are so gorgeous that my heart sank by the thought of throwing them away. So, what did I do?
With the goal of reuse/repurpose my expired eyeshadow, I went on Google and did some research. And guess what? I did find a brilliant way to reuse expired eyeshadow. That is: TURNING A GORGEOUS EYESHADOW INTO A GORGEOUS NAIL POLISH! Whoever created this is a genius!
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Easter Inspired Nails Tutorial

*This post was originally posted on joliecious.blogspot.com*

Hello friends ~~~

How was your weekend? And welcome back! I can’t believe the first week of March is gone 😮 This also means that…..*drum roll*…. EASTER is coming!

Seriously, Easter is my second favorite holiday of the year (Christmas is my no.1 of course lol). Why? Because everything Easter is just so adorable. I love the color scheme (c’mon who doesn’t love pastel); I love bunnies and I love eggs.

With that all being said…Today, I have a lovely nails tutorial for you. The tutorial is inspired by the pastel colors of Easter and little cute chicks ^^ I used yellow, green, pink, purple and blue for my base color but you can use any color you own, as long as they are pastel or within Easter color scheme.

On my middle and ring fingers, I drew zic-zac line across the middle of my nail to create a cracked egg shape. I used a thin nail brush that I got at Daiso. If you don’t own one, toothpick will do the job. After drawing the line, I filled it in with white nail polish.

Next, make 2 black dots for the eyes of the chick and an orange triangle for the beak. (Again, you can use toothpick if you don’t have dotting tool)

This is optional but I polka-dotted (is this a word? haha) the egg shell for colorful effect 😀

If it’s too difficult for you to draw on your left hand, you can just polka-dot your nails like I did. Still look great!

Apply top coat and you’re done!

It looks complicated but, trust me, the tutorial is pretty simple. You can also do it on your mom, friends, sisters, cousins so everybody can be festive for Easter. Don’t forget to tag me on Instagram and Twitter with #joliebee2016 if you re-create this tutorial. Also, don’t forget to check out my Easter inspired makeup look.

Comment down below and let me know what is your favorite thing about Easter!

If you haven’t checked out my last nails tutorial, the link is right here: Colorful Dotted Nails. It is another cute and easy tutorial.

Enjoy and see you next time,

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Colorful Dotted Nails

*This post was originally posted on joliecious.blogspot.com*

Hi friends~~

Welcome back! This is my first nail related post ever on this blog. Hope you enjoy it <3

This nail art is inspired by Jenny Claire Fox aka MissJenFABULOUS . If you love nail art, you should subscribe to her Youtube channel. She has some of the most cutest but easiest tutorials. You can get on her channel by clicking here.

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