Under the Sea Nail Art

Under the Sea Nail Art is a good example of marble nail art technique. You can emulate the look of water ripples on under the sea nail art by blending some colors together. I know that this kind of designs is quite hard to do for most person. Especially for you who are new to nail art. But there’s nothing wrong with try right? You can practice everyday at home and learn how to create under the sea nail art. I believe that by doing this, you will also improve your nail painting skills. Interested to do that? Then you should stay here little bit longer and read my complete under the sea nail art tutorial.

Under the sea nail art 1

Ready to start under the sea nail art guide? Very good. Just like i always said in every single tutorial that i posted here, you should prepare your nails first. There is no way you will be able to get a nice under the sea nail art if you have oily and filty nails. Grab your nail file to remove cuticles. Use nail buffer if you want to re-shape your nails and eliminate all those annoying horizontal lines on your nail’s bed. If you already wear a nail art before, i suggest you to remove all those colors using nail polish remover. This is very important to avoid smudge in our under the sea nail art. When you finish with polish remover, wash you hands with bathing soap and grab a towel to dry it. This way, we should be read to create an under the sea nail art now.

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Under the sea nail art need a good base coat to reassemble the look of seabed. There is no better color to achieve that look than light green. Start to apply light green nail polish on all over your nails. Do this carefully because these are the foundation of your under the sea nail art. For those of you who want to create an opaque look, you should try to make one or two more base coats on your nails. Wait until all these coats to dry and you can continue the process of making under the sea nail art. Now, it’s time for us to do the marble nail art technique. Grab your light green, turqoise, and dark blue nail polish. Drop several drops of these colors on your nails. See picture of under the sea nail art above if you don’t have any idea how to place those drops. Grab your nail stylus or dotter and swirl the lacquer. It’s time to create the water ripple effect girls! Do this until you achieve desired look. For the final step, you can add top coat on your under the sea nail art.

Well, that i all i can tell you about under the sea nail art 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 read them and provide you with additional guide on under the sea nail art here.

This post was written by , posted on August 21, 2012 Tuesday at 2:20 pm