Monday, May 6, 2013

Tiger Print Nail Art Tutorial


The only nail art design that comes to my mind when I wear orange nail paint is tiger print. This design looks best and unique on orange or black nail paint. When my 3 year old nephew saw this design, he told me tiger is not orange in color (smart kids!). Today I am going to share with you tiger print nail art with a tutorial.

Tiger Print Nail Art Tutorial


Tutorial:
Tiger Print Nail Art Tutorial

Apply orange nail paint as a base coat. Let it dry completely.
Using a thin brush, draw lines at the sides of nails.
Using the same brush, draw something like triangle. Let it dry completely.
Apply any sparkly or glitter nail paint of your choice. This step is optional.
Voila our tiger print nail art is complete!

Nail paints used:
Tiger Print Nail Art Tutorial

Lakme Color Crush Nail Enamel in '07'.
Blue Heaven Crazy Nail paint in '72'.
Cameo Orange Sparkly Nail Paint.

Tools used:
Tiger Print Nail Art Tutorial

A thin brush.

Tiger Print Nail Art Tutorial

Tiger Print Nail Art Tutorial

Tiger Print Nail Art Tutorial

Tiger Print Nail Art Tutorial

This design is super easy and does not require nail art skills. All you need is a thin brush. Animal prints are in for both nail arts and fashion this season. You can choose any color of your choice. You can also check my leopard nail art design here

Hope you all liked it!

Stay pretty!
Megha

52 comments:

  1. Wow .. This is soo kool .. U r one cute Tigress ;)

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    1. Thanx Shweta!!! Hahaha i am taking it as a compliment :)

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  2. The photographs you take are always very eye catchy :)
    Had I been a woman .. I would have frequented your site for better reasons as I can see the hardwork you put reviewing cosmetics and make up materials !! :) Cheers !!

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    1. Thanx so much Nilesh (Hope this is your correct name :P)
      Loved ur blog too. Its mind refreshing!!!

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    2. Nilesh? Ha haha :D it's Nitesh Megj :)

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    3. Ohhhh acha. Bas T ki jagah L laga diya :P

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  3. Love this nail art! And even I can do this! :)

    http://everythingthatclicks.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanx Rosh! Would luv to see it on ur nails:)

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  4. Gorgeous nail art Senorita! I knew your next nail art would be great, but this gorgeous?!!! Awesome!....and apart from the beauty of ur nail arts, i love the names you give them "tiger nail art" quite bold!Just like you! :) Me superlikes :-*

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    1. Thanx so much Bush :* I feel it didnt come neatly.
      U know i am a huge animal lover especially the ones with hair. I would become a tigress if anybody would harm an animal in front of me :P

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    2. Oh really :) That's sweet :) I love tigers too and more than that i love tigresses ;)

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    3. They look cute. u too are a cute tigress :)

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  5. So pretty and so easy :) Great and quick tutorial. TIGRESS!!!!

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  6. I love your blog <3 followed you btw, hope you can follow back and check out my new blog post on http://herderigueur.blogspot.com/2013/05/youre-from-70s-but-im-90s-btch.html :)

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    1. Thanx Bea:)
      Sure would follow u back!!!

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  7. looks simple and nice!!! why dont you try cheetah print too :) love animal print :P

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    1. Cheetah bole to leopard na? I already did leopard nail art!

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  8. Dude that looks so good and so damn easy to a nail art beginner like me.
    Thanks for sharing it :) I recently bought some Oriflame Nail paints.. all bright colours.. hopwfully will be using those to create these arts!

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    1. Thanx Preety! Do share ur nail pic with me :)

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  9. Nicely done.. loved the color combo... :)

    Hina xx
    http://beautywidbrainz.com

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  10. Awesome nail art Megha.. Looks really pretty dear :-)

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  11. Nice Design . Really looks pretty and attractive .

    Travel India

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  12. Orange and black combo...always works :-) I have observed this in nature many times. Butterfly, tiger, birds and many more. and now nails !

    http://www.pareshkale.blogspot.in/

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