French Hibiscus Nail Art

French hibiscus nail art is one of the best modified form of the traditional French manicure. If you’re kinda bored with such nail art, i suggest you to try wearing French hibiscus nail art. Although this kind of design looks complicated, you can do it on your own at home if you know the right tricks. In order to reveal the secret of French hibiscus nail art, you better read my complete tutorial of French hibiscus nail art here!

French hibiscus nail art

Ready to start full guide on French hibiscus nail art? Very good. Just like usual, you need to prepare your nails first. Use nail file to remove all cuticles and dirt. If you use acrylic nails you might want to prepare a bowl of warm water and soak your hands on it. Believe me girls, it will make your artificial nails become easier to remove. When you already done that, you can re-shape your nails using a fine-new nail buffer. For the final step, you can apply base coat on all over your nails. This way, you should be able to start attempt to create French hibiscus nail art.

French hibiscus nail art

Make sure that you have pink and white nail polish at home. We’re gonna need that for our French hibiscus nail art. Paint your nail tip with with nail polish. For the rest part, you will need to use pink nail polish. Right on the smile line, paint a shape of flower. Use your dotting tools to make sure that your drawing is precise. In order to make this design standout,, pick a nail polish that one or two times darker than your previous coat. In this case, i prefer to use red. To make the flower look more appealing, i also add yellow stem and green leaves. For the final step, you can add top coat. That will bring shiny and smooth effect on your French hibiscus nail art.

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

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