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Turkey nail art! - November 12th 2012, 10:15 PM

So I was bored this weekend and decided to do some Thanksgiving nail art. I'll show you how I did it.

What you need:
-Cutical stick
-Painter's tape
-Dotting tool (I used an an eraser from a pencil. Lol gotta get creative here)
-Nail polish obviously. Any Fall colors.
-Patience; something I lack



Nail Polishes I used:
-Sally Hansen White, orange, red, and clear coat
-Wet and Wild black
-Milani Gold
-I got the brown from the Dollar store. Suprisingly, it came out pretty nice.

What to do:
-Push back your cuticals
-Take your painters tape, and cut out rectangles (long enough to wrap around your fingers.
-Cut half circles in them (size depends on the length of your nails.)
-Wrap it around your nails, paint them brown and then take the tape off.
-Once that dries, cut some small rectangles out from the tape to mark
areas for your feathers. Paint your freathers on the rest of your nail.
-Take your dotting tool, or in my case, the mechanical pencil eraser paint it black and create a head for your turkey.
-Take a smaller tool and creat white eyes, and then an even smaller tool to put a black dot in the middle.
-Make sure it dries.
-Cover with clear coat.
-Tah-dah!

Finished product: Sorry it's hard to see, but you get the idea




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Re: Turkey nail art! - November 13th 2012, 06:35 AM

That sounds awesome, although I doubt I'd ever be able to pull it off! But I can't see your pictures.


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