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Quilted Black Matte

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Fabulous Quilted Nail Look!

Beads, crystals, and glitters looked stunning on your nails! They’re very eye-catching that you can’t even help yourself admiring them every chance you got. You become extra careful with your activities for fear of ruining your nails. If you’re a career woman who needs to move and do something with your hands the whole day, you will skip with adornments and wear plain nail paints on weekdays. But we have the solution for plain-looking nails – the Quilted Nail art.

Quilted nails look gorgeous, but they are not easy and quick to make.  So, you may want to invest some time on your lazy day to follow the instructions correctly and completely.  When you do, you can really change the way your nails look minus the embellishments. It would make you feel like a pro when it comes to designing nails.

So how can you achieve fabulous quilted nails? First, you will need: black nail polish, extra shine top coat, striping tape and matte top coat. As prep, make sure that your fingers and nails are clean to avoid locking dirt in with nail polish. If you will use regular household tape, it’s best that you cut them into desired size first and stick it back to the tape roll. Then start following the instructions below.

Quilted Black Matte

 

  1. Start by painting on a layer of Jessica Black Matte. Add a layer of top coat to make the black glossy!

  2. First wait until your base has completely dried (I suggest waiting around 30-40 minutes to be safe) then apply striping tape as pictured. If you don’t have striping tape you can cut up strips of regular household tape.

  3. Add more striping tape parallel to the previous to lines that formed a cross. Space them out evenly to form this quilted pattern.

  4. Now apply Jessica Black Matte over the top and remove the striping tape as quickly as possible. Be careful but work fast! All done!

source: www.emilydenisephotography.com

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