Frankenstein Nail Art

Frankenstein Nail Art is a good way to welcome Halloween party girls! Off course there are plenty of different interpretation for Frankenstein nail art out there, but since i’m a great fan of comical graphics, i decide to make a cute Frankenstein nail art. Interested to replicate my design? Then why don’t you read my quick guide to make Frankenstein nail art here.

Frankenstein nail 1

Ready to start Frankenstein nail art guide? Very good. Just like always you shouldn’t forget to prepare all your nails first. If you spot any cuticles, remove them immediately with nail file. For some women who recently change their nail design, there must be lot of horizontal lines on their lines. This will prevent nail polish to penetrate nail bed. Use nail buffer to remove those lines and bring your nails to it’s best shape. Wash your hands on water and dry it. Do any extra medical ointment if it’s necessary and we are ready to make our own Frankenstein nail art.

Frankenstein nail 2

Frankenstein nail 3

Okay girls. Frankenstein nail art that i’m about to create here use lime green polish as base coat. If you’re happen not to own it this time, i suggest you to go to local nail supply store and grab some. Already done that? Good. Like i said earlier, apply lime green polish to all over your nails. Wait until all of them dry before you move on to the next step. Now, here comes the interesting part. Use your black polish nail pen and draw Frankie’s hair, mouth, and stitches. Look at the pictures that i posted above as your reference. You might want to add bolts on your design. I prefer to use glittery silver polish for that. Do not forget to add eyes details with black and white nail polish. For the final step, add top coat on your Frankenstein nail art.

Well, that is all i can tell you right now girls. If you want to ask more about this tutorial, feel free to contact me via comment box below. I will be happy to provide you with more guide on Frankenstein nail art here.

This post was written by , posted on August 14, 2012 Tuesday at 2:28 am