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Watermelon Nail Art Tutorial

Easy Watermelon Nail Art Tutorial
My Watermelon nails received a very warm reception when I posted them a few days back so I’m back with a tutorial for the look. I’ve seen so many takes on watermelon nails which is what inspired me to do some of my own and I think I put enough of a twist on it to make it something a bit new. The 3/4 border is a cute and simple trick that I really love and find myself going back to time and again. It works on every nail shape but I have to admit that I think it looks extra spectacular on square nails but I’m probably biased on that front. Digital high five to all my square sisters out there!

Easy Watermelon Nail Art Tutorial Equipment

You’ll Need

Pink nail polish – Nicole by OPI LeaPink for Joy
Green nail polish – Barry M Key Lime
Something to outline in white – Sweet Color Liner Polish
Black acrylic paint or Black Nail Polish
Top coat – Glisten & Glow HK Girl
Easy Watermelon Nail Art Tutorial | The Nailasaurus

The Steps

Step 1: Paint on your pink base polish and wait for it to dry

Step 2: Using a nail art brush with the green polish, paint a border around your nail but leave the tip
Step 3: Line between the two colours using a liner polish or white polish on a nail art brush
Step 4: Dip the very end of your nail art brush in to the black acrylic paint and simply press down once to create each seed
Step 5: Add your top coat and clean up around the edges using pure acetone on a clean-up brush.


If you fancy trying this yourself, I’d love it if you tag it with #looknailasaurus on Instagram so I can see!
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