Nail art "mermaid tail"
 The idea of ‚Äč‚Äčthis nail art inspired by maritime colors and mood of the upcoming summer vacation. If you have accumulated a lot of marine paints palette, you can easily implement new design.

You will need at least five colors: sea blue, sea green, any metallic (gold or silver), mint, purple.

 Nail art "mermaid tail"


Step 1. Cover all nail lacquer two coats of color aqua. It's not just the color for the background, in the "scales", he will also be present. Dry the background.

 Nail art "mermaid tail"


Step 2. Take the tool for points. It's a needle with a ball on the end. But if you have drawing skills, you can make "pea" brush. Only need to make sure that the size of all the points was the same. Start with the top edge of the nail. Put in a series of 3-4 points of different colors.

 Nail art "mermaid tail"


Council: The diameter of the dots should not be very small. The idea and the pattern should be "read in" to the diameter of the "peas" should be at least 2, 5 mm.

STEP 3. The tool with the ball in the end must be clean after each point, so that the colors are not mixed and stayed clean. To do this, prepare a tissue and nail polish remover. Continue to put points in a staggered manner to each row overlaps the first half or a quarter. Include in the background paint palette.

 Nail art "mermaid tail"


Step 4. Make sure that the point is not the same color side by side with each other, it is the basic condition to obtain the desired pattern under the scales. Another principle - stick with the same size points and an equal distance between the rows. Continue to increase the ranks of "scales".

 Nail art "mermaid tail"


Step 5. End points of the background color. Top align the nail plate layer of transparent protective lacquer.

 Nail art "mermaid tail"


As you can imagine, colors can be any, as well as the diameter of the "peas". Here, look at how to implement the idea with "mermaid tail" is one of Australian bloggers (little-nails.blogspot.com):

 Nail art "mermaid tail"


 Nail art "mermaid tail"


Photo: little-nails.blogspot.com, mycharm.ru
Author: Julia Gnedina