Thursday, September 27, 2012

Sugar Spun Nail Tutorial

I am very excited for this post, I've been looking online for
awesome nail ideas to try out and this looked so fun that i had
to try it out. I hope you enjoy this as much as i did.


Nail Polish:
Essie: Lilacism
Sally Hansen: Pacific Blue
Top/Base Coat: Rimmel


Ok for this tutorial since its a bit hard to explain through pictures
i did make a video for you all to see. which i will post at the end of this post.

First, you pick out your colors and start by painting your nails with
the color of your choice. I used a lilac by essie.


Then you begin by putting the other color of your choice on 
anything that you dont mind getting dirty i used a plastic top
that i have and start by mixing the polish with a toothpick
until it starts getting thicker (you can blow on it to get it thicker
faster) and you start by picking and dragging
the color over your nail.


Make sure you do not touch your nail with the toothpick.
i accidentally did and it just creates bigger streaks
which is not what you want but for my first attempt it was fine.



And that is basically all you do, you just repeat the steps over
again for all of your nails. :) Check out the video so you can 
get a better understanding of it. Here are some more pictures....


this does get messy so after your done you just get some
nail polish remover and a q-tip and clean the edges.







Here is the Video! :) 


xoxo

30 comments:

  1. it looks beautiful:))

    a-little-bit-style.blogspot.cz

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    1. You should it was so much fun. There's pictures online of people that used more than one color
      :)

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  3. love the nails!, follow you now pretty, follow back please <3 <3

    love

    www.fashionrella.com

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  4. Oh, this looks soooo nice! o:
    But maybe you can put tape on your finger before you do this design, hahaha :D
    I love the colors!

    ♥♥♥

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    1. lol!!! i thought about it as i was doing it .

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  5. I love them, they look like a Pollok work, sweetie!

    If you go through my site, you will find my new post, I hope you enjoy it!
    Big hugs!

    Inés
    SimplyClassyMe.blogspot.com

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  6. Nice this is easier than I expected. Though clean up looks to be a beast. Thanks for the tutorial!

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    1. thanks. and clean up was actually not that bad lol.

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  7. wow your naildesign is stunning and such a great idea!! Think it is really an eyecatcher! I will try it too!

    Hope you visit me on my blog
    fashionobsession-mieni.com

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    1. thank you and yes u should try it :)

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  8. Its a great idea
    x

    http://makeupbynora.blogspot.com/

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  9. Wow, looks amazing! Thanks for Sharing

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  10. Nice! :)

    MademoiselleJustinee.blogspot.com
    Follow me if you like ;)

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  11. That's a great idea! Maybe I should try something similar.
    Thanks for your comment on my blog, sure, let's follow each other! I'm already following you, hope you can follow back :)

    -Nickie
    http://nickiesworldofstyle.blogspot.com/

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    1. u should. :) and following you too :)

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  12. Yes i would love to follow each other, i started, now it´s your turn ;)

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  13. very creative! love it! btw, i'm a follower! :)

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  14. wow! this is a really neat look! Im a new follower :)

    i love all your nail art - i usually don't do too much with my nails aside from solid colours but the looks you come up with are pretty awesome :D

    www.lauraupintheclouds.blogspot.com

    -laura

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    1. aww u should totally try something :)
      and thank you :)

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  15. Awesome effect!I love new nail ideas!

    xoxo

    Borislava

    http://theotherside-bg.blogspot.co.uk/

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Thank you for all your lovely comments & support. Means alot! xo Arleene