ice cream

Friday fingers // Ice cream nails

There’s something special about things with lots of detail. I try to add that to my nail art but in the simplest way possible. I think these ice cream nails are probably one of the easiest manis I’ve done that looks like it took me hours. Beware though, your going to one to pick off these little beads every second they’re still holding on. They’re the cutest curse out there.


#1. Base coat - Not shown
#2. Lillac lavender - Sally hanson 
#3. White polish or pen polish
#4. Caviar beads
#5. Nail glue
#6. Top coat - Not shown
#7. 30 minutes of your time

Step one: Apply your lavender polish. Then let them dry for 8 minutes or so.

Step two: Apply white dots where you would like the drip effect to end. Then move upward with your Pen polish and connect the dots. Do this step to all the fingers you want to be screaming with cream.

This is what your nails should look like when your done.

Step three: This is the fun part! Mix together the caviar colors you'd like to use for your sprinkles. Once you've gathered the perfect combo, apply nail glue and sprinkle on top. 

Step four: Seal the deal with a top coat & done! I added some charms from my sister and I's Etsy. One of them is an ice cream, and the other says "Good".

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D.I.Y drippy nails

These nails are perfect for the summer! & there are so mannnny combination of colors you could do.

1. base coat
2. I used sally hansen extreme mint sorbet
3. Then i added a quick dry coat (cause im a klutz)
4. In order to get the effect, i made sure the wand was thick of polish. Then i added three dots of a cotton candy type of pink and worked my way up. You could do different pattern of drips, from high to low, etc.
5. You can also add a small drip towards the middle of the nail to give it even more of a drippy trippy effect.
6. top coat! and viola!

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