My favorite season of all is almost upon us. The conkers are falling, the leaves are changing colour and the rainy days are coming in hard and fast. Autumn/fall is the best time of year for many reasons and one of those reasons in fall-themed nail art. Here is my tutorial to easy fall nail art… I hope you like them.
With Autumn comes beautiful oranges, reds, and browns as the leaves change and fall from the trees which is why I picked these beautiful colors for my nails. If you like these nails then please check out my other nail art posts. Just click the nail art tab and take a look at my creations. Enough chatter from me because you’re here for my easy fall nail art so let’s jump right to it. I will leave the links to everything I use at the bottom of this post, I like a good bargain so all my items come from eBay…
First I painted my nails with a beautiful orange shimmer nail polish (Spoiled Wet n Wild Vitamin C). It’s such a vibrant and thick polish and is very nice to apply.
I applied liquid latex around my nails and got my makeup sponge at the ready to do a lovely fall gradient. I applied the Vitamin C polish and my favorite red (Revlon Forbidden) and dabbed it onto my nails. I peeled off the liquid latex before my polish dried and cleaned up any missed bits with acetone and a cleanup brush.
I let the polish dry then added a nice thick coat of quick dry top coat (Barry M Wet Set).
I took a stamping plate, marshmallow stamper, and MoYou black stamping polish and stamped the design onto my nails. I cleaned up around my fingers with a cleanup brush and acetone. I then added the MoYou top coat and let it dry before adding another Barry M Wet Set quick dry top coat for extra protection.
That’s all there was to it, I was left with beautiful fall nails that there easy and quick to do. The links to everything are below as promised.
- Spoiled Wet N Wild Vitamin C Polish
- Revlon Forbidden Polish
- Barry M Wet Set Quick Dry Top Coat
- Stamping Plate Set
- Marshmallow Stamper
- MoYou Black Stamping Polish
- MoYou Top Coat