Make Use around You in Life
As the nail art is very popular today, I believe most of have had such a try in the shop, seeking help from the professional. But have you tried to make it by yourself? That would give you lots of fun and trouble at the same time. And it is a big task to make it good. Here I want to share with you that some thing in your home can help you to finish the preparation work.
The first one is the cheesecloth. It is very useful. When dipped in lacquer, spread apart with fingures, and imprinted onto nails, cheesecloth creates an easy, stenciled fishnet overlay without hand-painting lattice. It makes the complicated steps simple.
The second is paper wowels. For most of you love the stippled effect of snakeskin on nails, but how do you achieve the serpentine finish without splurging on a real snakeskin manicure? The fibrous texture of a paper towel is strangely identical to our reptilian friends. Simply, dab a small amount of polish onto a small piece of the towel, then sponge haphazardly onto nails. That will be great.
The third one is needles and pencils. You must be curious about how does these work! Have your patience. Finely crafted details are difficult to master, even with every nail art brush in the book! For intricate line work, build yourself a needlepoint tip. Stick a sewing needle into the end of any pencil with an eraser end, then scallop, swish, and speckle away!
Last one is the toothpick. It is just the right tool for dotting whatever micro points or polka dots. But make sure that you buy picks with flattened bases for an extra shape to play with.
Are you surprised by all these simple yet practical, common yet useful tools? If you are still wondering, then get your own hands on that art!