[Tutorial] Mint Green Leopard Nails Perfect For Spring
Paint Your Nails With Leopard Attitude, but With Glitz and Glamour
Everybody loves spring— I mean, who doesn’t? Spring can be the favorite season of some people who don’t like to beat-the-heat on summer or who hate the winter chill. Spring for some people is a time to be glamorous. Why not? You can be glam with a touch of fierceness like a leopard. If you are up for it, then you’re in for a hot treat from us today! You’ll surely love this mint green nail tutorial below.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
- Revlon Minted (Mint)
- Sally Hansen Iced Coffee (Tan)
- Julep Jane (Copper glitter)
- Julep Ginger (Shimmery brown)
- dotting tool
- CND Stickey Base Coat
- Seche Vite Topcoat
- Milani Nail Art Nail Lacquer, Black Sketch 703
Step 1: Apply Base Coat
First, apply your base coat.
Step 2: Apply Mint Green Polish And Two Dots
For your thumb and pinky nails, apply mint green polish. To make a heart shape, apply two dots using a dotting tool. Then carefully drag the color down to make a heart shape. Do the same with the other nail you’ve polished with mint green.
Step 3: Apply Shimmery Brown Polish
For your index finger, apply two coats of shimmery brown polish.
Step 4: Make The Leopard Print
Apply mint green polish to your middle finger. Once done, apply dots with the beige polish, then followed by little c shapes around the beige dots using the black nail polish. Finish these leopard spots with little C shapes all over the spaces.
Step 5: Apply Shimmery Brown Polish
For the ring finger, apply one coat of shimmery brown polish.
Step 6: Apply Glitter Polish
Let that dry and then apply two coats of copper glitter polish.
Step 7: Seal With Top Coat Nail Polish
Seal all your designs with a top coat.
And you’re all done!
Leopard prints and Mint Green nail polish are not a bad combination at all. Sometimes, one has to go beyond mainstream to be unique in style or design.
You can watch the full video tutorial below:
Did you try out these mint green leopard nails; tell us if you successfully pulled of this funky spring design in the comment section below.
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