Butterflies are definitely a popular choice for nail art, right after flowers. And when you combine them with watercolour, the results are incredibly satisfying!
The key tip here is to dilute your watercolour paint generously with water. This will create beautifully transparent wings. Keep in mind that we’ll be adding details on top, so if your base color is too dark or dense, it might take away from the overall effect.
The great thing about this design is that the possibilities for adding details are endless. I hope you give it a try! If you do, please tag me on social media—I’d love to see what you create.
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Nevskaya Palitra – Sonnet Watercolour paint
Roubloff no 1,5 Kolinsky brushes
Nail Couture Gel Polish in colour no 1001(white)
Nele Matt Top Coat
CSY Art Gallery Metallic watercolour paint.
Nail Couture Diamond Top coat.
You will also need:
A glass with water
Mixing tray (to dilute your watercolour paint on)
Paper-towel to wipe your brush off.
Lint free wipes.
Rubbing alcohol – wipe your matt surface with this and a lint free wipe before you start. You can also use this as an eraser if you made any mistakes.
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