Nail art for short nails #8 - White leopard print nail art

Internet, I LOVE you! It's been a long few days without it. I'm all moved into our new flat and it is the best house I have ever lived in! It's about three times bigger than my shoebox old one and there's so much more to do! Mostly because the garden is a mess, but it's great. I'm so happy at the moment!

I managed to make another tutorial while I was internet-less and I looove this one :). I have quite a specific way of doing leopard prints; I like the spots to be small and to have some colour mixed in with the print, like it is in this tutorial. I haven't actually done a natural leopard print yet - although if I used a grey instead of pink and purple here it could have been like a snow leopard. 
Here's the tutorial! 


I was careful making this so it'll be hard to crop my watermarking out. I get so angry when people do that. Recently my tribal nail art tutorial was mutilated by an awful facebook group that has over a million likes! They replaced all of the writing with their facebook name :(. I think facebook will end up deleting their page though, they're constantly being reported - they're only famous from stealing other people's work! 

I'm going to make a post about this soon, but I should make it clear that it is completely illegal to copy pictures, and even worse to claim they are your own. Share them, instead! All you need to do is post a link to the original artist's post, or tag them on facebook. Don't know the original artist? Google search their water mark. If there is no watermark you can still try find them by searching by image. I respect people who credit me and will often follow them just because I like them. Of course, I won't be able to do this forever but at the moment I try!

By the way, if you haven't already please go like my facebook page! I'm having a giveaway when I get to 5000 likes and it's going to be a goody! So far the prizes are going to be:
1. New collection from Literary Lacquer
2. "All you need is love" collection from Daily Lacquer
3. Either Candy Land or Star Dot Com (which would you prefer?) by Jindie nails.
3. $10 worth of nail art supplies from Born Pretty Store (I'll be buying these myself).

If any other indie polish makers want to sponsor the giveaway let me know asap! My email address is in the "contact me" tab.





As always, if you do this tutorial make sure you take a photo and post it to my facebook page! If you have a blog and have done these nails (or another of my tutorials) you can post your link too, as it's actually related to my blog. 



In my new house I have a nail art room - finally! It's honestly the most amazing thing I've ever had. I'm going to take photos and videos of it soon once it's completely set up.


Hope you all like the tutorial!


Comments

  1. cool!! I thought leopard pattern is too sexy for me,
    but this is so cute!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I love mixing up the colours :). Thanks!

      Delete
  2. Great tutorial and it looks very good!

    ReplyDelete
  3. pretty !
    Thank you so much for the tutorial ^^

    Rossy ❤
    Me,MySelf and I

    ReplyDelete
  4. I can never get the leopard print look quite right! I will definitely be giving your tutorial a go! Your colour scheme is gorgeous too.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks! Hope it helps and I love having white as the base colour for leopard print :)

      Delete
  5. Great tutorial. Thank you for sharing :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. Oh, I adore your leopard nails. So gorgeous. Kisses.

    ReplyDelete
  7. A nail art room? What a lucky girl! :-) Thanks for the tutorial, I love your manicure! :-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I sure am! I didn't even have a designated desk before! Thanks :)

      Delete
  8. I think I'll try this. For me leopard print seems easy in theory. But when I actually try it always looks horrific!

    ReplyDelete
  9. AWESOME! I can't WAIT to try this. I thought i didn't have the colors for this, but i guess it doesn't matter!! :D

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yeah it's a very versatile design :)

      Delete

Post a Comment

Thanks for commenting! Please do not leave your blog link in the comments section - I have a page where you can add it - check out the "Share your blog" tab. I'm afraid can't reply to every comment, but I'll try my best to reply to questions! ♥