Tutorial – Drip Manicure

Product Used:  Revlon Expressionist – “Pop Art” (300)

Get your hands on a Revlon Expressionist duo-wand colour.

I used Revlon Expressionist – “Pop Art” (300)

Roll the bottle in between your hands, back and forth, instead of shaking the bottle.  This is to avoid bubbling polish .

Paint 2 coats with the base colour .  This Base in the Expressionist collection will be labelled as number 1.

Place a dot about halfway to the top of the cuticle, with the Expressionist colour labelled number 2 (Comes with a thin nail art brush).

Make a line connecting the dot to the end of the nail.

Repeat the 2 previous steps three times, placing the dot at different levels.

Add a wavy line at the tip of the nail.

After a few minutes of drying time, trace over your work to cover up any of the base or streaky-ness that may appear.  Also, remember to apply some colour and smooth out any corners, where the drip line meets the tip.

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  1. March 28, 2013 / 4:29 am

    Oh this is cute and looks like I can possibly actually do it! heh. It reminds me a bit of easter too :p

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