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What You’ll Need:
Orange nail polish
Black (or purple) nail art pen
What You’ll Do:
1. Paint your nails with a thin layer of basecoat. Allow
them to dry.
2. Paint two coats of orange nail polish and let your
smashing pumpkins dry completely.
3. Using the black nail art pen (I like Sally Hansen’s),
carefully draw your French manicure tips. For a snazzy update to the classic
(Halloween) French mani, color in your nails’ half moons rather than your tips.
4. Paint over everything with a clear topcoat and allow to
BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 10/27/2010 7:00:00 AM
POSTED IN halloween, body, diy mani
one fun thing that i did was paint my nails with a clear coat, two black coats, gold glitter, and another clear coat
by judogirl111 on 10/30/2010 1:51:46 PM
I've tried those nail art pens, they don't work very well for me. You could get the same effect with a sharpie, although I would not recommend it. What I use on my nails is something called Stripe Rite, it comes in a skinny bottle and has a long, thin brush for nail art. You can buy it at beauty supply stores. Something else worth giving a try is Claire's Double-sided nail art polish.
My nails currently have jack o' lanterns on them. How to make the pumpkins? First, apply a base coat (It could be either clear or color, you choose). Then take orange polish and make an oval shape on the middle of each nail. Next, take black Stripe Rite (Or a thin brush dipped in black polish) and paint tiny triangle eyes, a curved mouth and a small stem on each pumpkin. Then take green Stripe Rite (Once again, a long, skinny brush dipped in green polish would do) and paint on a tiny leaf near the stem. Finally, finish with a clear topcoat
by SquishyKitty on 10/29/2010 11:33:40 AM
;] im totally doing that now!
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