So, I am sitting in my craft room and I see a basket of swiss dot ribbon and I, what a cool nail art design that would make and so here is a tutorial for you.  This is a very easy beginner nail art, so don't be afraid to try it.

Supplies needed:

First, always put a base coat on.  I use Seche Vite Base Coat.  Then paint two coats of White...this will make the colors pop!!

Then paint a diagonal stripe of pink, then leave some space and paint a purple stripe, then a red one and then a pink.  If your nails are longer than keep painting stripes in the continued pattern, but leave enough space after the last stripe for the silver glitter polish.

 Then use your silver glitter polish and fill in the stripes in between the colored stripes, like so:

After you have completed the glitter polish, grab your dotting tool and start placing dots on each of the "ribbons"....after the dots dry, put on 2 coats of top coat.  I use Seche Vite Top Coat....When completed, it will look like this:

Here it is completed on one hand:

Come back soon and see my newest nail art designs.....thanks for looking!!


Okay, I am little late for everyone to use this for Valentines Day, but it is still cute and you can use just any time LOVE is in the air!  I call this one "Lots of Love".  This design isn't too hard, but a little more advanced.  Don't be afraid to give it a try ;o)

Supplies needed:

First and always paint a coat of base coat, then paint your entire nail black...2 coats will make it look great!

Then paint a neon pink heart in the middle of your nail....let dry....

Then paint a red heart over the neon pink heart and let dry.

Then paint a black heart over the red heart and let dry.

After all layers are dry, then grab your dotting tool and put little dots at the edge of the black heart.

The in each corner of the nail, add hearts any kind of shape with any kind of tail.  I made 4 hearts.

Grab your dotting tool and add little dots all over...or leave as decide.

After all layers are dry, add your shine marks on your hearts, this really makes them animated and almost 3-D.  Topcoat and you're done!!

Thank you for reading my posting.

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