Video Tutorial: Easter Nail Art

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Hey there nail enthusiasts!

Here’s a fun easter nail art stamping tutorial using holo nail powder, stamping and essie spring 2017 shades.

In the video above i’m using the following products:

Silicon Nail Art Mat
Proclaim – Super Bond Hair Bond Glue — a great #beautyhack for liquid nail masking fluid for 1/2 the price.  You can this latex hair bond glue at any Sally Beauty Supply store.
It comes in white or black.

Base Coat – Stick With It – Morgan Taylor
EssieBackseat Besties
Born Pretty Store – Holo Powder Rainbow Nail Pigment
Born Pretty Store – Easter Nail Stamping Plate BP-60 #19363
Essie – Designated DJ
Clear Top Coat – Essie Good To Go

Easter Holo Nail Art:

  1. Paint a coat of Proclaim Hair Bond Glue over skin surrounding your nails.
  2. Paint one coat of Morgan Taylor Stick With It over all your nails
  3. Paint 1 coat of Essie Backseat Besties over each nail
  4. Paint one coat of Morgan Taylor Stick With It over all your nails & wait for it to be slightly dry but still tacky.
  5. Lightly dust Born Pretty Store – Holo Powder Rainbow Nail Pigment over your nails
  6. Nail Stamping:  UsingEssie – Designated DJ paint over the stamp design
  7. Quickly scrap the excess polish over the design.  (I use an old plastic rewards card)
  8. Immediately grab your clear jelly nail stamp and pick up the design by pressing the stamp on the polished part of the plate.
  9.  Immediately stamp the design onto your nail.
    -Repeat each step until all nails are stamped
  10. Seal in your design with one coat of Essie Good To Go *NOTE – all the nail stamping steps above need to be performed quickly otherwise the pattern won’t transfer to your nail, or to the stamp.
    Born Pretty Store – Easter Nail Stamping Plate BP-60 #19363
 (photo credits: Holly for www.thetrendynail.com)
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Comments: 1

  1. Nancy says:

    Absolutely great post! Inspired with new ideas for the rest of the summer.

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