I absolutely love developing my freehand nail art skills. How do I do it? Practice, practice, practice and more practice (and believe me, I know I need more practice). There aren’t any magic brushes (I’ve tried them all), or magic polish combinations to make those perfectly thin straight lines or details you’re so desperately trying to achieve. It’s honestly repetitive practice that will get you to where you want to be with your freehand nail art skills.

That said, there are fabulous nail art tools (e.g. stamping plates, nail vinyls, nail wraps etc) to make our lives easier if our freehand skills are not up to par, or if we are limited on the amount of time we have to create nail art.

Today I’m showing you how you can create a beautiful Moroccan nail art manicure very easily using nail vinyls from Snail Vinyls. The Moroccan nail vinyls ($4.99) come in a sheet of 15, so that you can do a full manicure (and have leftovers) or use them for accent nails for a number of manicures.

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I can’t stop staring at my OPI Hawaii collection (review HERE), so I had to create some more nail art (see the first OPI Hawaii nail art HERE) with some of the polishes from the collection.

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Polishes Used:

OPI Hawaii Is Mai Tai Crooked?
OPI Hawaii Aloha from OPI!
Top Coat: Glisten & Glow HK Girl Top Coat
Gold Caviar beads: Born Pretty Store (use code: SAYG10 for 10% off your purchase)

Tutorial

I created a very simple YouTube tutorial on how to apply and remove the nail vinyls themselves if you want a closer look at how I created this look.

I love the pop of the two orange/coral tones together with the gold caviar beads. I think it’s really fun as a full manicure but would also look great as a Moroccan nail art accent nail.

If you’re interested in trying out your own Moroccan Nail art, then snatch up some of these popular Nail Vinyls – you can check out there site: www.snailvinyls.com.

Until next time,

nail that accent


 

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Comments

  1. Joyce

    Great manicure!
    And thanks for the video. I’ve just ordered some nailvinyls so I’m really happy to see demonstrated how to use them 🙂

    1. Lindsay - Nail That Accent

      Thanks Joyce. I’m so glad you ordered some. Basically you have to remove the little cut outs with a toothpic or something and then as long as the nail polish underneath is 100% dry, you will be fine.

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