It’s Almost Midnight ⎮Steampunk New Year’s Eve ⎮Glow in the Dark Freehand Nail Art Tutorial

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Alice: “How long is forever?”
White Rabbit: “Sometimes, just one second.”
(Lewis Carroll)


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I usually use my thumb for the video, so you can’t really see the whole design, but this way it isn’t too long and boring and you still get the idea.

Products I used:
DIY Peel-off Base Coat
OPI Black Onyx
KIKO 521 and 522
Acrylic paint
Glow in the dark paint
Roubloff 00 brush

 

⭐️  I use non-toxic water-based glow in the dark paint. I love it because the glow is super intense and it’s easy to work with, but you can totally use any glow in the dark nail polish. You can also buy glow in the dark pigment and mix it with pretty much anything (like polish, paint or gel). Usually the green one has the strongest glow.⭐️

 

It's Almost Midnight ⎮Steampunk New Year's Eve ⎮Glow in the Dark Freehand Nail Art Tutorial

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I usually don’t use stickers, stamping, decals or anything mechanical, I prefer freehand micropainting and I see every nail like a tiny canvas.

Protect your cuticles with peel off base coat or liquid latex or anything you like to use. Or you can make a mess and clean up later, that’s always an option 😉

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