It feels like ages since I last blogged. So much going here on but I won't go into that. All that matters is that I am here now!
Last blog post was on a NYX nail polish by the name of Lime. I didn't like the color too much until I decided to do a Halloween inspired Frankenstein nail look. This was my first serious try at drawing on nail art. I cannot draw with a paper and pencil so this was such a feat! But it really was fun.
I got my inspiration, or should I say, I copied this look from goldiestarling on YouTube. She has an awesome channel so I do hope that you will check it out!
Here is the direct link to goldiestarling's nail tutorial:
Halloween Nail Tutorial Lil' Frankies
Here is my version of this really cute look.
|3 coats of NYX in Lime.|
|Add a head of hair with black nail polish.|
|Add some sideburns with black nail polish.|
|Dot on two eyeballs with white nail polish.|
|Draw on some eyebrows with black nail polish.|
|Draw on the mouth and stitches with black nail polish.|
(Sorry for the blurry image. You get the idea.)
|Dot on two irises on the eyeballs with black nail polish.|
|Make sure the whites dry well or else the eyeball|
will travel like mine did here.
|I used the thumb as my accent nail.|
All other nails were given a French mani with black tips.
|But the sweet-tart wanted me to do all the nails Frankie.|
|And here is the final full set...top coat and all.|
|Nail ingredients used:|
NYX Nail Polish in Lime
L.A. Girl Matte Flat Finish Nail Color in Matte Black
Avon Nailwear Nail Enamel in Cloud 9
Wet n Wild Clear Nail Proctector
So, I know goldiestarling's was so much better but this was really fun. I know most of you will be able to do this very well. If I did it semi-good, some of you will rock this look!
I just thought that this was a fun way to feel festive this Halloween season. I highly suggest that you all try this one!
Since I first did this look using the actual nail polish brush and a tooth pick, I did get a nail art brush from my sister. She begged me to do her some Frankie Fingers so I did and in return, she gave me a Milani Nail Art Polish in a light green. I just use the brush now! I wipe off the green polish and dip it in the black nail polish and the mouth, stitches, and eyebrows can be drawn on so much better. I highly suggest you get one!
Luv & Luk,
♥♥ All items mentioned in this post were purchased by me with my own money. ♥♥