• Irene Vanadis

GALAXY NAIL ART EASY ✨Sheer Nail Polish 'Jelly Shots' by Hit The Bottle

Hi everyone!

Today let's enjoy this beautiful and mysterious galaxy nail art. For this design Lou used:

  1. UNT Peel Off Base Coat

  2. Starrily 'Vantablack' for the base - ONE COATER - just amazing!

  3. 'Pop Rocks', 'Purple Hooter' and 'Blue Kamikaze' from Hit The Bottle's 'Jelly Shots' collection

  4. Colab Stamping Plate BM-XL213 from Bundle Monster and Kelli Marissa

  5. Mitty Flat Brush and 11mm nail art brush You can use my affiliate discount code URBANNAILART for 10% off at Mitty. Thanks if you do, I really appreciate it!

  6. White nail polish

  7. Pueen Cosmetics latex tape liquid peel off & cuticle guard

  8. 'Water Tight' waterbased smear free topcoat- A must have top coat for when you are working with foils, pigments and it's a great non-smear top coat to apply over your stamping! You can use my code (exclusive to my followers!) URBAN10 to get 10% off when you purchase this top coat from www. hitthebottlepolishes.com.au

  9. Fast Drying Top Coat

Basic Step by Step Instructions:

  1. Apply your base coat.

  2. Apply black nail polish for the base let it dry completely.

  3. Protect your skin with latex barrier.

  4. Pinch a piece of make up sponge and dab it into white nail polish. Remove excess polish by dabbing it onto nailart mat or napkin.

  5. Dab the sponge across the nail to create space nebula effect.

  6. Take a thin bush and draw some small white dots to create far away stars. Let the pattern dry completely.

  7. Using jelly polishes draw cross lines overlapping them to create gradient effect and let them dry.

  8. Repeat steps 4-6 untill satisfied with the effect.

  9. Choose the star image on your stamping plate and apply white stamping polish onto it. Remove excess polish with scrapper angled approximately 45 degrees, pick up the image and apply it onto your nail with a rolling motion. Add as more stars as you like. Draw some smaller stars with thin nail art brush.

  10. After cleaning up around your nails, apply top coat to seal and protect your nail art.

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