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dotty mermaid Mii Nail art tutorial

forgive me for a long pause, i’ve dwelling into some kind of procrastination world. but here i come with my a-week-every-month nail art that i’ve been doing and loving.


i’m a super crafty and thrifty lady/girl, so if there’s a tiny bitsy beads that i could stick it to my nail without paying any cent, i will use it.

all you need is a tiny beads (info under), a base coat, a top coat, and a pin needle, and of course a crafty mind with buckets of patients.


this is the beads that i’ve been talking about, when you fortunately have some payet (indonesian) or whatever you called it, you’ll find some round punch waste, and that’s what i used here. see how poor/stingy i am :p.


after you coat your nail with base, coat the area that you desired to be decorated with top coat, and stick your beads to it. you can use the round end of a pin needle (with a lil touch of a top coat, to make the beads stick to it), or if u feel a lil fuzzy you can just stick a lot of beads to your finger and stamp it to your nail and then rearrange it well. it takes effort my dear, well meanwhile you can also practice your anger/patient management here :p.


this how it should look like, when you do it in french manicure style like i do 🙂

nail art long short

since i’ve been wearing a circle lenses lately, i must sacrifice my right index and thumb, and put my beads in different style in them. there are two different look, on short nails and on longer one. of course the longer the better.


and don’t forget to layer them with loads of top coat, and double layer it after the first is drying. and layer it again with top coat after 3 days using (if you’re not getting bored :p). have fun with your super cute nails ladies!!


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