Thursday, August 23, 2012

Simple Geometric Pattern with Tutorial

Hey y'all!  I finally got my new tutorial video completed yesterday.  I spent a good 4 hours total just trying to get the thing uploaded and edited.  Hopefully next time will be easier.  It's was a learning experience for me haha. 

Anyway, this nail art and tutorial are inspired by the Geometric pattern I posted on Tuesday.  This is just a faster, more simpler version.


The polishes are Sinful Colors Black on Black and the grey is a Franken I made.  Naturally it smeared a bit when I put the topcoat on it haha.  Story of my life! I really like this design though and hope y'all like it too! :) 



I really hope you enjoy this tutorial and it inspires you to do the design. 


I'm going to try to put together a tutorial for the other one too, but it may be a week or two before I get to it, that one is pretty time consuming.  I have a question for y'all though, which would you like to see more:  A Video Tutorial or a Step by Step Photo Tutorial?  Let me know in the comments please!  Thank you!!!  :) 

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tutorial! This looked really complicated at first, but it's not that bad!

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    1. You're welcome, thanks for watching :)

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  2. wow you must have so much patience! it looks so brilliant and i enjoyed the tutorial :)

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    1. Thank you, I'm glad you liked it! :) Honestly, 99% of the time I have zero patience but there's something about doing anything crafty that always calms me. lol

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  3. Video!! If you can show me and I can watch it happen I am more likely to do it. Can't wait to try this!!

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    1. I'm so glad you like it, have fun! :)

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  4. What kind of nail art brush are you using ?? Something like this would solve all of my nail art problems ! Well. Most (:

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    1. I have a variety of small tipped paint brushes that I got from Michaels craft store. The one I use the most for tiny details is really small and thin.

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Thanks for stopping by today, I would love to hear any comments or questions you may have! :)