We love this multi-colored arrows nail art. Here's the photo step-by-step or watch the video step-by-step on NAILStv.
Add a little white paint to all of your bright colors first, which will let your paint stick better and show up boldly. Polish the nail neon pink.
Use a medium, size 0 liner brush and pink acrylic paint to create the first arrow. To make the arrow, pull the acrylic paint from the side of the nail and begin making lines, then make a triangle at the end of the line.
Use the same technique to create an orange acrylic paint arrow. Scatter the colors evenly but not exactly on the nail. Feel free to start an orange arrow on one side and finish it on the other.
Use the same technique to create a yellow acrylic paint arrow. Weave colors over and under each other. Make sure each color is dry before you start on the next or the arrows will streak.
Use the same technique to create a green arrow, a blue arrow, and a purple arrow. Apply a high gloss top coat. (Optional — if you notice a bumpy texture: Apply a second layer of top coat.)
Step-by-step by Robin Moses, www.robinmoses.com, Florence, Ore. You can watch the video step-by-step on NAILStv at www.nailsmag.com/rainbowarrowsvideo.
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