Exceptional nail art tutorials every beginner can follow
Getting your nails done is the ultimate form of pampering. Some people walk into a nail salon, and then they leave with incredible chip-proof nails that will last for a long time. But getting your nails done by a professional can be a bit pricy. So, to help you save the trip and some money, I’m sharing with you some amazing DIY nail art tutorials you can easily follow at home. The materials I’ll be using are beginner-friendly, and you can get your gel kits, acrylic kits, or regular manicure (nail polish) kits and learn the best way to use them through the nail designs in this video. I also show you some other creative ideas and designs you can try that will make your nails look like they were done by a professional.
I show you how to fix a broken nail using nylon bristles from a toothbrush, and how to create beautiful 3D nails using gel polish.
Watch until the end to pick the best nail art design that suits your style.
1:13 – How to fix a broken nail
5:41 – The correct way to apply glitter nail polish
7:57 – Easy rose nail design using gel polish
12:05 – Beautiful gradient nail tutorial
14:59 – An easy way to apply glitter to your nails
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