DIY | Valentine’s Day Nail Art Ideas

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! Whether you have a Valentine or not, don’t forget the most important one of all, yourself! ❤

Check out my favorite nail art options for Valentine’s Day:

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Easy Nail Art for Beginners | Black & White Polka Dots w/ Blue French

Here’s a cute nail art look that’s easy enough for beginners.
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To get this look, here’s what you’ll need:

  • Sally Hansen Nail Growth Miracle (110 Clear)
  • Covergirl Outlast Stay Brilliant (Black Diamond)
  • Maybelline Color Show Polka Dots (Clearly Spotted)
  • Sally Hansen Insta-dri (In Prompt Blue)
  • Sally Hansen Insta-dri (Clearly Quick)

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Start off with clean nails and paint one coat of Sally Hansen Nail Growth Miracle (Clear). Once dry, paint two coats of Covergirl Outlast Stay Brilliant (Black Diamond) (see photo, but excuse the messiness, I was in a rush before work!).

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Once the base color is dry, apply Maybelline Color Show Polka Dots (Clearly Spotted). I had to do two coats to get the desired look I wanted.

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Once those coats are dry, carefully draw a line across the tips with Sally Hansen Insta-dri (In Prompt Blue). If needed, you can use scotch tape or painter’s tape to guide you, but I find if you just go slowly, you can get a pretty decent line.

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Finish it up with a coat of Sally Hansen Insta-dri (Clearly Quick) and let dry completely. If you’re messy like me, clean up the edges with a q-tip dipped in nail polish remover.

What do you think of this look? Comment below.

DIY | Marble Nail Art

If you’re anything like me, you can’t get enough of easy nail art. When I say easy, I mean, DIY, at home, no crazy contraptions needed. This time around, it’s marble nails. I love this technique because the outcome is stunning and chances are, you have all the supplies you need.

Here’s what you need:

  • clear base coat/top coat
  • dark nail polish color
  • lighter nail polish color
  • pair of scissors
  • saran wrap
  • drying drops (optional)

Check out how easy it is:

Let me know if you tried it and what colors you used!