Patriotic Bow Nail Art

Patriotic bow nail art will be one of the best way to welcome the fourth of July celebration at your hometown. Instead of wearing the old and usual red, white, blue stripes, you will surprise everyone with your new patriotic bow nail art. This kind of design is pretty easy to create. You can even do it at home if you like. But before you do so, you better read my complete tutorial of patriotic bow nail art here.

Patriotic bow nail art

Ready to start the full guide on patriotic bow nail art? Very good. First thing that you need to do is prepare your nails. Make sure that there are no cuticles or dirt left on your nails. Use nail file to remove them all. If you want to re-shape your nails, you better grab your nail buffer. Remember, good and well-prepared nails will lead you into a good patriotic bow nail art. Finish these preparation steps by washing your hands with warm water. Dry with new towel and you will be ready to create your own patriotic bow nail art.

Now that your nails are prepared well, you can start by applying white nail polish to all over your nails. This will be our base coat for patriotic bow nail art. Wait until all of them to dry before you move on to the next step. I hope you already prepare blue and red polish at home, because we’re gonna need it on the next process. Paint your bottom and top side of your nails with red and blue polish. If you have no idea how they are supposed to look, you can look at the pictures that i posted above as reference. In order to make our patriotic bow nail art look more appealing, i suggest you to add nice blue bow in the middle of your nails. Do not forget to add light accent. For the final step, you can add top coat on your patriotic bow nail art.

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

This post was written by , posted on August 9, 2012 Thursday at 10:42 am