Painting our nails goes more than just expressing ourselves, it is a form of releasing stress, feeling confident and beautiful no matter the situation is. But have you ever wondered why women just love decorating their nails? Well, for one, mixing different color nail dipping powder on the nails are just fantastic, it lets you use all your favorite color and create your own ombre nail design. Take a look at these wonderful designs that you can DIY at home and let your imagination run wild.
Coral Blue and White Ombre with Sugar-Coat Design
The name may be long, it may look very complicated but actually, they are very easy to make. Just create an ombre effect using LDS D27 Blue or green and LDS D50 Ladyfingers. Then create your very own free-hand design using a black polish. Drizzle it with LDS D164 We Could Runaway for a glittery sugar-coat effect. These are dramatic nails but the color profile keeps the look professional. Anyone would be able to wear these nails, night or day.
Simple Blue Stylish Ombre with Free-Hand Design
Just like the first nail design, create an ombre effect using LDS D27 Blue or green and LDS D50 Ladyfingers. Only this time, the ombre is on opposite ends. Then create your very own free-hand design using a black polish. This time instead of creating a tribal design, go for shapes and figures. Drizzle it with LDS D164 We Could Runaway for a glittery sugar-coat effect. The design would not be that difficult to achieve at home, any design will do it is up to you which one look great on you. When you wear this design, you’ll get lots of compliments.
Orange Ombre with Crystal Accent
Want nails with a spicier look? Then these could be perfect for you. Here we have orange ombre nails using LDS D101 Fantatastic and LDS D49 Imperfectly Perfect that have one accent design. The accent nail has small, sparkly crystals. Even though there are rhinestones, it is still a subtle and minimal look. Nails like these are easy to recreate, you just apply the gems with gel top or place them on the nail while your topcoat is still a little wet. The secret to keeping this technique longer-lasting is by curing the decorated nail under UV/LED Light for 30 seconds to keep the gems rightfully in place. We love these nails, they will catch the light beautifully and it will make a good nail art perfect for summer or any day of the year.