Winter Nail Art Series: Penguin Nails - Beauty under 10

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Winter Nail Art Series: Penguin Nails



Hello Everyone, 
It's time for another Nail Art Series!!

I thought I would start with these super cute penguins.

They look like they would be difficult but they are actually quite easy and didn't take long at all.

I have penguins on all of my nails but you can definitely have them as accent nails.

I used my favorite tool - a toothpick. 



Here is what you need:

- Base coat
- Black polish
- White polish
- Orange polish
- Toothpick
- Top Coat



Step 1:
Because we are using a black polish it is important to apply a base coat to prevent the nails from staining.
Apply black polish to the nails. 





Step 2:
Once dry, apply white polish to the centre of the nail, you might need 2 coats to make the white polish  nice and opaque.





Step 3:
Now we are going to make they eyes, towards the cuticle where the white polish starts, make 2 dots in black polish. 





Step 4:
Using Orange polish make a slanted line just under the eyes for his beak. Then make 2 lines on the tip of the nail for his feet. 






Step 5:
Make smaller white dots in the eyes and then apply 2 black dots to give the eyes definition.





Step 6:
Allow nails to dry a few minutes and apply top coat to protect the design and give it a nice shine.



How cute are the little penguins??!!



I would love to see your penguin nails, please share with me on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter using #BU10nails.



Here is a list of products I used:

Julep Oxygen Smoothing Base Coat • $18.00

- Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Color • Sally Hansen • $1.89–2.99

- L.A. Colors Nail Polish • Wet Seal • $3.90

- Maybelline Color Show Maybelline® Color ShowTM Nail Lacquer - 0.23 fl oz • Maybelline • $2.99–4.19

- Revlon Nail Care Quick Dry Polish • Revlon • $6.49





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