So 4 tutorials are done, just 2 more to go. On the previous few posts we have had people talking about how amazing the nail art looks on long nails. But hey, who said that those with short nails can't get nail art done. This one is specifically for you ladies who have nail biting issues or nails that just don't grow long.
This year has not been easy so far. Shifting cities, trying to find my place in the new family, learning how life in Chennai is, dealing with the heat, and of course trying to maintain this blog + the new travel and food blog-Iris Montage. There are compromises to make. There are adjustments to be done. And every time I think I have found a routine, it gets blown away by the winds of change. I am slowly coming to accept the fact that THIS IS MY ROUTINE.
Hair fall has become a part of my life and I have started to come to terms with the fact that I will never have the stunning thick black hair that I had in school. I can't really say that there is just one cause for the hairfall but the environment around me has changed so much that I don't think hair fall will ever stop. All I try to do these days is control it and keep it under check. I don't freak out too much at the hair fallen in the shower or the room unless it hits a certain limit. I pacify myself everyday saying that some amount of hairfall is a must every day.
Continuing with the monochrome series, here we have the third one easy-to-do nail art.
Wondering where are number 1 and number 2? Click on the images to see the full version.
Nail Art 1: Going Dotty
Nail Art 2- Triangular Sequence
Nail Art 3 - The Half Moon
This nail art requires absolutely no tools. The polishes that I used this time are Manhattan’s Quick Dry White and Essence’s black.
Start off with a good base coat as usual and then apply white nail polish. I added two coats for complete opacity.
Next start with the right corner of your cuticle drawing a curve with black nail polish. Well, you need a steady hand for this so keep practising.
Pro tip- Move the finger instead of the nail polish brush
Watch the video to see how I did it.
Finish the mani with a top coat.
Stay tuned for the next tutorial and tell us how you found this one.
Hope you guys are liking this series so far. Please do share your recreations using the hastag #IAxTPY.
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