Lined pearls nail art inspired by Chanel

Lined pearls nail art inspired by Chanel

Supplies:

  • Essie's After School Boy Blazer
  • Essie's Blanco
  • Nail art pearls
  • Dotting tool

Lined pearls nail art inspired by Chanel

Instructions:

1

Base

Begin with a navy base coat.

Lined pearls nail art inspired by Chanel

2

Add pearls

While the base coat is still a bit wet, add the pearls in alternating spaces as shown. Let the base coat dry with the pearls attached.

Lined pearls nail art inspired by Chanel

3

Add dots

Dip the small end of the dotting tool into the white polish and dot 2 small polka dots in between the vertical rows of the pearls. Let dry!

Lined pearls nail art inspired by Chanel

Lined pearls nail art inspired by Chanel

Pearls and polka dots

A two-tool approach to get the perfect looking star on your nails.

How to create the perfect star

How to create the perfect star

1

Five dots

How to create the perfect star

Using a dotting tool, make a circle of five dots on one nail. They should be far apart and not touching.

2

Lines

How to create the perfect star

Using a small brush, paint a line from each dot to the center. Fill in each arm of the star to round out the shape.

Create the perfect star

Making a cute heart pattern will be a breeze after you master this simple nail art trick.

How to create the perfect heart

Nail art tip: How to create the perfect heart

1

Double dot

Nail art tip: How to create the perfect heart

With a dotting tool or small brush, make 2 dots side by side to form the top of the heart.

2

Nail art tip: How to create the perfect heart

Drag the line down to a point under the dots and fill in. Your heart is now complete. Spread the love and make a beautiful heart pattern on all nails! Seal your design with a top coat.

Create the perfect heart

Master this simple technique to create a garden full of nail art flowers!

 

How to make the perfect flower

How to create the perfect flower

1

Circle of dots

How to create the perfect flower

Dip your dotting tool in polish and make a dot on your nail. Make a second dot next to it and a third next to that, going in a circular shape. Make five dots to complete the flower.

2

Center

How to create the perfect flower

How to create the perfect flower

Let the flower dry and then dot a contrasting color in the center. Repeat for as many flowers as you'd like!

 

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