Linggo, Oktubre 23, 2011

"Haunted House"

This was my entry to the halloween nail art contest at Nailnation Fun Polish and Talk.
I wanted to post this here so that you will know how to make it. 
It is just easy to do.
So here goes...

This are the materials that I used...
Top coat by "Klik"
Mango by "Caress"
Sapphire by "My Polish"
Fairy dust by "Posh nails"
Black Stripper by "LM Taiwan"
and Yellow 2 way Nail Pen

I painted base coat by "Caronia" on my nails the most important part...
Trivia: You must put base coat first before doing any painting or designing on your nails to protect them... coloreless nail polishes are alot less toxic than colored nail polishes because they are colorless... The brighter the or the darker the color of your nail polish the higher the toxin... So to prevent your nails from toxin and to make it stronger use base coat...

Then I painted my nails in sapphire. I put 2 coats of it on my nails.

Put it evenly for nice results.

Then I painted the mango on half of my nails making it as a tip. Then I dabbed on it to make it look faded.


And added the fairy dust on my entire nails.

 Using my black stripper I added an uneven black tip, it must look spiky so that it will look like shadows.

Then I added all the details of my haunted house design.. Starting with the leaning tree on my thumb and point finger. Next was the shadow of a building and the bat on my pinky, then the full moon and more buildings on my ring finger and lastly my house.. I first outlined the frame and detailed it and added the yellow on the middle to make it look like it was lighted inside.

So there you are its simple right? I encourage you to try it. You can use any polish you like and you can also adjust them to your liking... Enjoy!!!


6 (na) komento:

  1. nagagalingan ako dun sa pag drawing mo ng detalye ng haunted house

  2. @ pamgotcrazy; thank you at ngus2han mo.... madali lng yan.... praktis lng...

  3. I love these nails!! Especially the index finger with the leaning tree, They look very haunted..

  4. I love your design. Thanks for showing the step by step pictures.