Nail art water lily easy

Nail art water lily easy


Hello everyone! Here’s a new nail art! Recently you’ve asked me to realize a water lily So I tried to do this flower that I have never done before. I have applied a Bordeaux base from Color Club and the beautiful Golden Rose nail polish Then I will use these four nail polishes: duo chromes, glittered and metallic ones. I apply them all on a piece of foam and I tap gently on my nail to make the gradient. Noticed that my base is very dark When I did this video, I was a bit depressed by the bad weather Let’s say that I made a nail art according to the weather OMG! It is really dark! I draw with acrylic paint on this gradient I draw the base of my water lily. I draw several petals, like these You should respect the T shape you should not bring the petals too much downwards. As you can see, at the first they were drawn vertically and the suddenly, they go horizontal. I draw the stem. I’m using acrylic paint because it is a matte base and it will allow you to use watercolor on it. I’m using a watercolor brush and watercolor paint from Mijello And then, each time I will apply my color in the center of the water lily. The heart of the flower is close to the beginning of the stem I draw a shape that looks like a duck foot and I stretch it upwards to the edges of the petals. I was using a dark pink and at the end, I have applied a little bit of purple Then I paint the stem with green and yellow watercolor. So each time, I apply the watercolor, I fade it slightly with water to dilute it. So that the edges of the petals remain white and that the heart appears darker. And now with the white acrylic paint I draw the outlines with a detail brush. I draw the outlines of all the petals: The vertical and the horizontal ones too. Now with dark fuchsia water or acrylic paint, I add some strokes in the center so as to accentuate the depth. I just realize that before applying the topcoat, I’ve added some small yellow dots in the center, to look like pollen. Here is it! It’s done. See you!

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