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Pink Stripe Pattern Nails

Hi everyone! This tutorial is for these somewhat simple pink stripe pattern nails! You can easily do this with just nail polish brushes but the lines look better when using a striper brush. You can also use whatever colors you would like as always. I hope you all enjoy! All products used are listed below!

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Start off by applying a base coat, I used China Glaze’s “Strong Adhesion Base Coat.”

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Choose three shades in a color of your choice, a light, medium and dark. Then apply the lightest shade as the base color. I used Ulta’s “Sugar Cookie.”

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With the medium shade, apply a thick strip going horizontally across the middle of the nail. You can fix this up with a striper brush if needed. I used Sally Hansen’s Hard as Nails in “Heart of Stone.”

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With the darkest shade and a striper brush, apply a stripe in the center of the thick stripe just created and a stripe at the top and bottom of the nail. I used Winstonia’s “Short” striper brush and Max Studio’s “Pink Craze.”

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Lastly, apply a top coat, once going horizontally to prevent smearing and again the normal way. I used China Glaze’s “No Chip Top Coat.”

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Your Pink Stripe Pattern Nails are finished!

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Dot Gradient Nails

 

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Start off with a base coat, I used Seche Clear’s “Crystal Clear Base Coat.”

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After choosing a color scheme, apply a base color of your choice, I used Express’ “Nice.”

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With a few dotting tools and colors of your choice apply dots all over the nails. Apply larger and more concentrated dots toward the tips of the nails and smaller and more sparse dots towards the cuticles. I used a medium and small sized dotting tool and Sally Hansen’s Hard as Nails in “Heart of Stone”, Sinful Colors’ “Thimbleberry” and “Pink Forever”, and Essie’s “Jiggle Hi, Jiggle Lo.”

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After applying a few dots of each color go back in and add more towards the tips so there are less gaps if needed.

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Lastly, apply a top coat, I used Seche Vite’s “Dry Fast Top Coat.”

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Your Dot Gradient Nails are finished!

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Block Gradient Nails

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Start off with a base coat, I used Seche Clear’s “Crystal Clear Base Coat.”

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I applied some latex tape around my nails but this is optional, it just makes clean up later in the end. I used Pueen’s “Latex Tape.”

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With three colors of your choice, in a shade that goes from light to dark, apply thick stripes going vertically across the nail. It is easiest to use the nail polish brush with the latex tape since the lines don’t need to look perfect just yet. I used Sinful Color’s “Soul Mate”, “Pink Forever” and “Thimbleberry.”

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Then, remove the latex tape. I used Tweezers to do this.

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With a striper brush and a metallic polish, paint stripes where the colors meet. I used Winstonia’s “Short” striper brush and Essie’s “Jiggle Hi, Jiggle Lo.”

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Lastly, apply a top coat, I used Seche Vite’s “Dry Fast Top Coat.”

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Your block gradient nails are finished!

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