Vintage rose Nail Tutorial

Hello everyone!

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Today I thought I’d share with you a gorgeous vintage rose nail tutorial inspired by Cath Kidston! It’s got a lovely floral rose print on a mint green nail polish, which I’m in love with! I did the design on one nail only because I think this looks quite cool.
Thanks to my friend whose nails I painted these on!
Vintage seems a nice trend at the moment, so suddenly these nails came to mind, and I love them! Once I did them on her, I did them on me as well! Perfect for spring and summer as well!

Start off by painting your nails a mint green or blue colour. This one is Barry M Nail Paint in Spring Green.

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Next, using a white, draw some reasonably large dots. Leave spaces between them. Wait until fully dry before doing the next step.photo 1 (2)

Using a pink or coral colour and a dotting tool, outline the dots. Leave spaces, which will create a rose kind of look. I used Rimmel’s 60 second nail polish in Instyle Coral and Avon’s nail art tool.

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Lastly, using a darkish green, draw leafs coming out of the roses. You can randomly do this, the roses don’t have to look identical.

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You’ll end up with something like this:

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Thanks so much for reading guys! I hope you like this tutorial and try it out as well! Please follow me and like this post too!
Lots of love,
Kavi xoxoxo

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15 thoughts on “Vintage rose Nail Tutorial

    • Kavi says:

      Aww thank you! I’m glad I helped you! If there’s any help you need on them, don’t be scared to ask! I’ll be more than happy to help 🙂 xx

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