Independence Day Manicure – Tutorial

Independence Day Manicure – Tutorial

Monday, August 13, 2012 Sara Hassan , 27 Comments

Tomorrow is 14th of August -- Independence day of Pakistan. My extremely talented little sister -- who's only 17 -- decided to do a fun tribal manicure. We wanted to post something for you to try on August 14th. The theme is mostly green and white representing colors of Pakistan's flag. I really hope you like it.


Things used
  • Color Studio Professional Nail Color in Mojito
  • OPI Catch Me In Your Net.
  • OPI Jade Is The New Black.
  • Rimmel 60 seconds nail polish in Blackout
  • Rimmel 60 secound nail polish in Silver Bullet
  • Paint brush
  • Dotting tool

1. First apply Mojito on the lower half of your nail.
2. Paint  the top half with Jade Is The New Black.


3. Follow the same with other nails. Make it two coats; let it dry.


4. Apply Silver Bullet between the two greens.


5. With a paint brush dipped in Catch Me In Your Net, make a thin border over Mojito.
6. Now use Black Out to create borders again.


7. Create a zig-zag pattern over Silver Bullet.
8. Finally, with a dotting tool, make some dots over the two greens.

And Voila! Your independence day manicure is ready.

Independence Day Manicure
Independence Day Manicure

What are your thoughts about it? Let me know in the comments section below. ^_^

27 comments :

  1. cute! Happy Independence day to you girls!! :) x

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  2. I love this! iam usually not into nail art but I have to try this out, maybe tonight so that it'll be ready for the 14th tomorrow! :D x

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  3. Oh my this is Gorgeous!! All of you sisters are AH-MAZING!! oh and Happy independence day to you <3 yaaay :)

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  4. Your sister is really talented :)

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  5. This is super cute! Your sister is realli talented! =)

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  6. Quite elaborate but so pretty. I've recently got dotting tools and I'm just starting to experiment and do more complicated nail art designs ^^

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  7. This is so cute. Thumbs up to your sister. xx

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  8. Where can i find this brush n dotting tool. I have à borjois nail art brush, but some how thé nail colour didnt stick much to it. i tried with only one colour, mayb Its thé nail colour fault.

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    1. Hey Gulbashra, the brush you see is just a simple paint brush. It's not a nail art brush if you're wondering. For dotting tools, you can check out my post on 'Online Shopping in Pakistan' in the Beauty Guide section for some trusted Facebook store options. :)

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    2. Ty for the info Sara. ur doing à Great job. keep it up. :)

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  9. Wow your sister did such an amazing job. Love the tutorial, makes such an intricate nail mani seem easy peasy. ♥

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  10. Soo neat! Your sister is really talented :)

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  11. Wow that looks so beautiful!! And the tutorial was so helpful and you made it look so easy! Happy Independence to you too!! Your little sister is so talented MashAllah!! Talent seems to run in the family! :)

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  12. OMG this is lovely sara..... zabardast yaar our Jashn-e-Azadi Mubarak <3

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  13. Good effort :) "Happy Independence day"

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  14. Thank you all for the lovely comments. My sis is on cloud nine because of your encouraging words. Love you all! <3

    A very Happy Independence Day! ^_^

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    1. She truly deserves the appreciation. =)

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  15. awesome nail art Sarah! i did something too but mine was really crude as it was my first ever attempt to nail art, i used nail tattoos as well.
    HQ

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