Wednesday, October 29, 2014

"DOPE" Nail Art Pictorial - DIY Nail Art Design

Hi Dolls and Gents,

Just a quick step by step pictorial of my "DOPE" Nail Art Design.


DOPE - Nail Art Pictorial

Polish nail in a color of your choice - it doesn't have to be black. Be Creative ;) 

Use your nail art brush to draw a brick like pattern as seen in the photo.
 (If using a lighter background, use black to draw the pattern)

Add caption

Polish/Paint the word "DOPE" or any word that can fit on the nails in upper-case.
Don't be afraid to Express Yourself ;)

Using colors of your choice polish over the letters in no particular style.
(Colorful nails make me happy. lol)

Lastly using black polish/paint outline your letters and add a bit of highlighting effect using your white polish to outline the inside.
(using a lighter shade of the base color can also work)

"DOPE" Pictorial as seen on the above design by Kerly's Artistic Nails.

Tried It?

 Don't be afraid to add your own twist and tag me so I can see the various designs you'll created using this pictorial. ;)


Tuesday, October 21, 2014

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Think Pink!

Hey Dolls and Gents,

 October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

I've had family members that passed away from this horrible disease called Cancer and it can be upsetting that there is no cure to date.

However, the month of October has been recognized as the month for Breast Cancer Awareness and I love the idea of having your nails done in pink to show your support for the cause. 

I've seen so many beautiful nail designs on various sites and wanted to create something different.

I was inspired by the boldness of ladies that had been affected by the disease and lost a breast but was brave enough to tell their story and even posed for magazine shoots.

I must confess thou, while doing this 3d Breast Cancer Awareness Doll I couldn't hold back the tears; overwhelmed by the graphic images and thinking of the pain they felt yet grateful to have life through it all.

What a Blessing. 

"Ladies let's worry about the health of our breast and not the size."