Watermelon Nails

Watermelon Nails by intraordinary
Watermelon Nails, a photo by intraordinary on Flickr.

The summer is almost over but I’m still holding on.

The difficulty level for these watermelon nails was super easy. All you need is a striper brush and dotting tools. I used the striper brush for the lines on the watermelons, they are supposed to be wavy and uneven so you can’t get it wrong. I used the dotting tool for the seeds by making two dots, a big one and a smaller one underneath and then connecting them. You don’t even have to worry about painting the tip on even because you can go over it with a light green line using your striper brush. If you have any difficulty, just keep practicing, you’ll get it!

Tip: I use a nail polish remover with a sponge in it for cleaning my striper brush and dotting tools between colors. It’s also useful when you mess up on one nail and don’t want to risk messing up the rest by removing the polish with a cotton ball. I don’t use it for removing the polish on all my nails because the sponge can start to get saturated and then you will have to replace it more often then necessary.

Nail Polish Used:
China Glaze “Hawaiian Punch”
Essie “School of Hard Rocks”
China Glaze “Liquid Leather”
China Glaze “Four Leaf Clover”

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