Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Sharpie Shades

Sharpie Nail Art

Sharpie nails are the easiest way to get a watercolor look, and they are almost impossible to mess up.

Polish Used:
  • Wet n Wild - French White Creme
  • Wet n Wild Fergie - Ferguson Crest Syrah
  • Base and top coats
Other Supplies:
  • Sharpies - pink and purple
  • Rubbing alcohol
  • Nail art brush
  • Wax paper

There are a couple different ways to do the Sharpie nail: (1) draw directly on your painted nail, then smear with rubbing alcohol on a nail art brush, or (2) use wax paper, which I will describe below. I used the wax paper because sometimes the Sharpie doesn't dissolve as much when drawn directly on the nail. To create this look:
  1. Apply the base colors - ring finger in a glittery purple, and the rest in white.
  2. Sharpie nails.
    • Scribble some purple and pink Sharpie onto wax paper.
    • Dip a nail art brush in rubbing alcohol and swirl on the Sharpie.
    • Dab color on the nail and repeat the process added color until you get your desired look.
      Sharpie Nail Art
  3. Apply a clear top coat. Try not to drag the brush through the Sharpie or it will pull the color.

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