Hey there lovelies! Today’s Digit-al Dozen geometric mani features my favorite nail art technique… Negative Space! I love this abstract geometric style design. I actually did a similar manicure last year featuring OPI textures. But this time I also put together a photo tutorial showing the step by step process for this super easy and awesome nail look.
This is some really quick and easy nail art.
- Start with a ridge filling base coat.
- Once it’s dry place random lines of striping tape all around.
- Next use a small brush to fill in each space with a different color. I chose some bright summery shades including; OPI Can’t Find My Czechbook (blue), OPI Charged Up Cherry (darker pink), OPI My Voice Us A Little Norse (silver holo glitter), FingerPaints Pink Patina (lighter pink) and FingerPaints Picturesque Purple.
- Try to remove the striping tape ASAP – you’ll get cleaner lines if the polish is still wet.
- Then just seal in the design with a thick layer of top coat.
My bottle of Gelous is getting gooey and bubbly 🙁 I didn’t realize just how bad it was until looking over the photos up close.
What do you think? I have a feeling my obsession with negative space will not be going away anytime soon.
Make sure to visit the other Digit-al Dozen giirls to see what they came up with for their Day 3 manis in the InLinkz below.
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