As the heights of fashion are touching the sky higher and higher day by day, every body part is getting our focus. In the earlier days, only the face of a person had to be given a beautiful look, but today each and every body part has got to play an important role to give an overall beauty to the person. That is why people have got conscious for maintaining their hair to their nails.
As we all would agree that nails play a significant role in the appearance of hands and feet. That is why, most women today are inclined much towards nail art designs. They believe in decorating their nails using different nail art techniques rather than just painting them simply with plain nail paints.
As we always do, today also we have come up with a unique nail art technique that can give such fabulous results that you will definitely fall for. It is nothing else than Ombre Stain Mani. Through this post, we are giving you a tutorial of applying this interesting technique on your own. Also, there is a huge collection of different designs of Ombre Stain Mani that can surely inspire you for your next nail art design.
Ombre Stain Mani is a pretty cool technique as it is done on the bare nails and seems to give a stain effect rather than looking like actual nail polish. This is the reason that this new technique has got an edge over all the ombre techniques that we came across in the past. Although seems to be tricky, but if practiced well for 3-4 times, can be done on your own and that too with the finishing of a professional nail art session.
WHAT YOU NEED?
- 3-4 Gradient nail polish colours but in the tonal family, from dark to light
- A clear top coat
- A triangle makeup sponge
- A cup of water
- A piece of paper for blotting the polish
- A paint brush
- A nail polish remover
WHAT TO DO?
- Take 3-4 gradient colours of nail paints and unscrew the lids but do not knock them over.
- Take some water in a little cup and get the triangle makeup sponge soaked in it. The sponge is to be squeezed out so that it is left damp but not wet so that the polish do not soak up too quickly.
- Take the darkest colour and apply a single line of it towards the edge of the sponge.
- Take the second darkest colour now to draw another line above the previous one. Apply a double coat of it.
- Continue this technique for all the colours.
- The sponge has to be dabbed on a piece of paper. Here, colours appear together but not blended with each other.
- When bounced up and down in the same spot for a few times, the separation of colours would disappear and become blended.
- The tip of the sponge is lined up with the tip of the nail and given a med-firm press. As earlier, a bounce of up and down direction has to be given at this spot. Do not hesitate in doing this because it would not create any mess but will give a nice look of blend of the colours.
- A line of every colour should be re-applied to the sponge on single or all the nails.
- This will give a look of pretty nail polish with a mess all around.
- You can clean the extra nail paint around the cuticles using a nail polish remover and a paint brush.
- Applying a top coat will give the last finishing touch to the nails. You can try different colours in the same way.
Here are some examples of Omber nail art:
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