Hold up, wait a minute! Mars the Salon has done it again with a new nail look sure to bring out the beauty envy in your girl squad. This year Dolce & Gabbana made headlines with their vibrant floral and print designs. If you loved the DG runway show you are going to raise a Cosmopolitan drink in honor of Ayumi Namaizawa. Ayumi of Mars the Salon in West Hollywood has created a Dolce & Gabbana inspired nail art that is simply divine. Here’s how to get the look!
Dolce & Gabbana Inspired Nail Art
Alright, gals before you get started look above to check out a pic of the final look you will be creating! As you can see it incorporates the essence of the Dolce & Gabbana collection. Have fun and happy painting dolls!
Dolce & Gabbana Inspired Nail Art From Mars The Salon
1. Apply base coat.
2. Apply light beige color on index, middle, and pinky, and apply black color on dumb and ring finger. Draw French line with white color on thumb and ring finger.
3. Draw a white dot on the bottom part of thumb, and draw round shape surrounding the dot.
Draw a yellow dot and yellow petal on thumb.
4. Draw 2 yellow dots on ring finger.
5. Draw some petals of daisy flowers on ring finger.
6. Draw some petals of a daisy flower with white color, and draw orange dot on yellow flower.
Draw orange pattern on white circle on thumb.
7. Draw some leaves of the flowers with green color, and outer lines of the beach ball with black color on thumb.
8. Draw some gray color dots on the french tip of thumb.
9. Draw some leaves of the flowers with green color.
Draw some gray color dots on the french tip of ring finger.
10. Draw 3 dots on the bottom and tip of the index, middle, and pinky with white and light green colors.
11. Draw some dots outer side of the nail with white and light green color.
12. Draw yellow dots inside of the 3 dots.
13. Draw some gray dots on index and pinky finger.
14. Apply top coat.
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