It’s almost that very special night of the year when we put our best dress, wear our best dancing shoes and be the belle of the catwalk fashion. And we want to help you be even more fine-looking, by showing you some cool makeup ideas and nail designs.
With the festive season upon us, it’s time to start thinking about those all-important outfits, makeup, and beauty “accessories”. The nail design we want to show you ladies today is called “Starry Night” and it is created by Revlon’s Nail Ambassador Jenny Longworth. This nail art is not complicated and creates that amazing effect that is perfect for a special event.
Here are the steps on how to create the “Starry Night” nail design by Revlon.
Start by applying a base coat to help your nail enamel adhere to the nail plate and also prevent any staining.
Sweep over Plum Seduction Nail Enamel base color by Revlon to achieve the same look as in the images.
Paint Impulsive by Revlon onto the makeup sponge and then dab this on the bottom part and tips of your nails. You want to build up the color towards the ends, and change the part of the sponge you’re using frequently as the enamel can dry and clog – the quicker you do this part the better.
Don’t worry if your purple goes on your fingers too, you can tidy this up later using a cotton bud soaked in remover
Add the dot details in with Whitest White, here’s where you can add a bit more enamel on a nail design brush as you want the color to “bead” on the end of the brush, then using the tip of your brush, flick the white outwards to form the points of your stars. Vary the size of your stars and for the smaller ones they can be crosses and have your starts traveling diagonally across the nail
Leave the design to dry for a few minutes and then ‘float’ your topcoat over the top of your design so you don’t drag the polish, uses the three-stroke method you would for your base color to make sure your whole nail is covered.