Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Merry Christmas to our christian readers. We did a cute Santa's Hat manicure using flocking powder. Click read more to see our step by step tutorial on the manicure.
All you need to recreate this fun manicure is red, white and green nail polish, red flocking powder, base coat and a nail art drawing brush.

1. Prep your nails by applying base coat. Apply two coats of green nail polish on your ring finger and a single coat of red on rest of your nails.
2. Apply second coat of red nail polish on one finger at a time and dip the finger into pot of flocking powder. Dust off extra using a brush.
3. Make the basic pattern of the hat using red nail polish and nail art brush. Before it is dry, dip your nails into flocking powder pot. Again, brush off excess.
4. Add details using white nail polish. And you are done. Do not apply any kind of top coat.
Santa's Hat manicure
Flocking Powder can be bought from Born Pretty Store. It is also available online at Daraz.pk. Click here to view.
I bought mine from a facebook page called Nail Art Collection. 
If you want a tutorial on how to make flocking powder yourself, mention in comments below.
Thank you for taking out the time to view my tutorial. Please note that this design is my own work and not a recreation. Since I am a learner I would appreciate your creative opinions and constructive criticism. If you liked my nail art, please give it a try and share my post with those who want to learn.
Click here to view the rest of my work.

Love,
Hira.

Do tell us if you like the manicure.

25 comments:

  1. That's really cute! I've never tried flocking powder for velvet manicure, but i can imagine it feels nice to touch, haha! Merry Christmas! ^^

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  2. cute idea having it as the accent nail. contrasting colours too

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  3. Love the nail design, so cute!! =) The colours is just perfect for Christmas =)

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  4. Love the colours and designs on your nails. =) Perfect for Christmas =)

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  5. Super cute! I'd love to try something out like this next time. Too bad it's past Christmas already!

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  6. Looking so cute, flocking powder is really interesting thing :)
    GlamupGirls

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  7. so adorableee...loove it lor..merry xmas and happy new year!

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  8. looks really cute! but is it easy to remove the flocking powder by normal nail polish remover?
    giglove

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  9. very cute! and different. i'd love to see other designs using that powder again. giglove

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  10. so cute...flocking powder mani is always fun!

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  11. This is so cute! Love the tiny little santa hat ^^
    giglove!

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  12. Cute nail art. Thx for sharing. Will try it out next year. Lol

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  13. Smart idea! With flock powder :D Very nice ^^
    Thanks for sharing ^^

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  14. This is super cute, perfect for Christmas. Shame I am useless at nail art.
    Happy New Year!
    GIG LOVE | The Life of Leeshastarr

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  15. i've never tried flocking powder, but the effect is so cool! These nails really are so cute :) x
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  16. You are so creative! What a fun idea, I don't know how you came up with this, too cute! <3 GIGLove

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  17. Aww !! This is just so cute and creative idea indeed <3

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  18. This is so cute... thanks for sharing the tutorial. And happy new year!!

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  19. Something else to try! Flocking powder looks cool and adds an interesting texture to the nails! - thanks for sharing.

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  20. It is so adorable! Love the simple and creative christmassy nail art :D

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  21. Looking beautiful nails and which nail polish you are using?

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