Nails Without Nail Art Tools! 5 Nail Art Designs!


In this nail art tutorial I will show you
how to create these five beautiful designs and the best part is that you won’t need
any tools apart from a nail polish brush and a toothpick. Hey loves! It’s time for another nail art
tutorial, but not just any – it’s a new no tool tutorial. I know you guys love these
so much because you always ask me to film more. And honestly, these are my favorite
type of nail videos to film because they are just so easy, quick and they look fantastic
in the end. I came up with five designs that I can’t wait to share with you, so let’s just
get into it. First step is as always applying a base coat.
This will keep your nails pretty and healthy, because no one likes having yellow stained
nails, right!? To begin with, let’s make this lovely bear.
I am starting off the design with a minty green background. Then make a circle on the
bottom half of the nail using a nail polish brush. I decided to use brown for my bear
but you can make him like a teddy bear and you can use any color you like! You can even
go for white and create a polar bear. Make two short strokes on top of the head for his
ears. To create some dimension I added a bit of light pink too – on his ears and for
the snout. Make half of the circle on the very tip of the nail like this. We need to
make sure this cutie can breathe so make a little oval patch using black polish. For
the next step you can use a striper but if you don’t have it then wipe your polish
brush really really well! Turn the brush so you have the thin side facing your nail and
draw a short black line going from the nose down to the tip. Take a toothpick dipped into
white polish and make two dots for the eyes. Then dip it in black and make two smaller
dots for the pupils. To finish off apply a layer of the fast drying top coat and this
super adorable bear is all done. It took me a couple of minutes to make it and it doesn’t
really get any cuter than that! I love it! A delicious chocolate muffin anyone? Well
I am all about that! Apply two coats of any color for the background. I kept it simple
and went for white. Then draw half of the circle in the center of the nail with your
nail polish brush. For the muffin’s cup I chose pink and I am applying it below the
half circle towards the tip. To get the look of that zigzag texture on the cup I am taking
a darker shade of pink. Wipe off the brush really well and make thin lines along the
cup. They don’t have to be perfect! To make the muffin a bit more realistic you can draw
a few random black patches. If you want you can also use colored polish for the sprinkles.
I decided to make this muffin as a little birthday cake so I need a candle. Wipe the
brush super well and draw a short line. Light up the candle by adding a flame using yellow
and orange color. Apply a generous amount of top coat to protect this pretty yummy design.
This one is perfect for a birthday manicure, maybe just as a cute little accent on the
ring finger. But honestly, I could wear this delicious cupcake on my nails every day!
I know we are in the middle of the winter but as soon as January comes I get excited
for the spring. So let’s now make these lovely butterflies! Again I went for white
as a base. I will make three butterflies so I am drawing three thick brown lines to represent
the bodies. Make sure to keep enough space between the lines for the large wings. Create
these by drawing two colored patches on each side of the brown lines. First butterfly is
hot pink, second one is emerald green. My last butterfly is blue. At this point I like
to again run over the brown stripes just to make them more defined. What really makes
this design pretty are a few little details with a toothpick. First make two brown dots
per butterfly for the antennae. Then make four white dots on their wings. I think these
dots make such a difference. It’s funny how a little detail can transform a design
from plain to absolutely stunning. In the end we need to protect these flying beauties
with some top coat to give them shine and protection. Here you can see how this design
looks as an accent to a solid manicure. Next we are making this chevron design with
rhinestones. Paint your nail in any kind of base color. I like to start with rather light
ones because then I know the top colors will look nice and bright. So I went for pink.
We can never go wrong with pink right? My next color is emerald green. Color the bottom
two thirds of the nail making this spiked chevron shape like that. Then go in with the
third color, I went for the burgundy red and color the bottom third of the nail. You can
leave the design like this or you can add two rhinestones like I did. I decided for
silver stars. Add a drop of clear polish or a top coat where you want to have the star
and place it on top. The final step is to apply the top coat, over the star rhinestones
too! This will keep them in place and there will be no chance for them to fall off. Classic,
sleek and always trendy! Last but not least we are making this cool
double dripping paint design. You can totally use more toned down or pastel shades for this
one. But I wanted to make it super sharp and bold. So for the base I am applying a shimmery
navy blue. Now it’s time to create your drips of paint. Make them thicker and rounded
to begin with, and then thinner as you move towards the tip. I went for white color here
because this one is very pigmented and pops no matter how dark the base color is. I like
to make some longer and some shorter drips, you can also make little separate drops if
you like. Connect the drips along the tip with curved lines. To make this design very
bold and interesting, let’s color the drips with a hot pink making sure to keep the edges
white. This step is really easy, simply follow the white shapes and you’ll get the perfect
double dripped design. Apply a layer of the fast drying top coat to finish of this cool
design! This one is just so awesome and bold! Looks great as an accent or on all fingers
for a fun and a bit crazy manicure. This was already my fourth no tool nail art
video, but I have more ideas on my mind, so let me know if you would like to see them.
If you decide to recreate my designs post a picture on my social media, I will give
you likes and comments and all that good stuff. I love you and I will talk to you soon. Bye.
Yet again we have proven that the secret to beautiful nail art designs is not in the professional
tools. All we have to do is open our minds and let our creativity take over.

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