Wednesday, September 28, 2016

DIY Granite Nails | Diva Stone Effects Nail Art Design Tutorial

Subscribe to my channel here: Please read! I was alerted that my title REALLY messed up this tutorial and i totally missed it.  (omg, so lame...) so I am uploading it again fixed so you guys can see it. I apologize so much, i work so hard on these and what a mistake!!!. SO..ALSO!I am having a brush giveaway until oct 3, so tag a friend on instagram or facebook and have a chance to win! I am choosing 3 winners this week!  In this Nail Design, hand paint a faux stone granite marble design done with watercolors and acrylic paints and then throw in a little bit of wonder woman  bronze pigments by MAC for the gold veins of yummy! This design is so fun and every time your nails look different. I used lavender, pink and white with fuchsia marbled veins in black with a powerful gold line but just take it simple and do black and white until you get it down if you for beginners who want to learn hand painted nail art design or a craft for professional nail techs who want to boost their careers through the education of hand painting DIVA nails. Learn to paint on friends and family or share these as an instructor of a nail school wanting to give their students the best full length lessons with online nail art tutorials that will allow them to create success  in the beauty industry that will allow them to support themselves while having fun and finding joy for themselves and others.

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Tips: when top coating water color, it takes that cloud like effect and makes it very subtle and blends everything together into a seamless finish so dont be afraid to try the different looks with top coating and finding how to get your own effects!

Tip: i didnt name polishes because they are discontinued, (the burgundy) it was a deborah lipman glitter that was dark raspberry and i put it over sweater weather by twila true, which is a classic camel brown, but any burgundy would work as well as black or gold. xoxoxo

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