Sunday, June 22, 2014

Want to know how I easily recreated this nail design, by using two nail polishes and a piece of crumbled up saran wrap? Then keep on reading..

You are also going to need one or several pieces of crumbled up saran wrap - I used 4 pieces, because I didn't want to get nail polishes on my fingers, but one piece will definitely work as well.

Step 1: Apply two coats of your first choice of color. I chose this metallic rose gold color, because I think it's looks nice as a base color, peaking out through the navy color. Let the nail polish dry completely before continuing.

Step 2: Apply a medium thick coat of your second choice of color over the entire nail. Do one nail at a time.

Step 3: Grab a piece of saran wrap, that has been crumbled up. Then dot it on the nail 2-4 times, so it starts creating this pattern, while taking some of the second color of to expose the base color. You can dot it as many times as you want, depending on how much of the base color you want to have showing through. Let the polish dry.

As you can see on the picture, you are most likely going to have nail polish on your skin, from dotting the saran wrap on top of the wet polish, so while the nail polish is drying you can grab a nail polish remover and a Q-tip and start removing the polish on the skin.

Step 4: After the polish have dried, apply a top coat and your DONE!

Your nails should now look something like this!

It's easy and simple, but looks like it took a long time!