Hi, guys! I’m glad to be back, having a lot of exciting things to share with you. After a week of absence, you should be surprised where I’ve been all this time. Well, with the heavy workload at school and other agendas to attend, not to mention our Internet problems with our ISP, it was hard for my brain to defend inspiration. Even without the Internet, I took the time to look for an alternative last night to make this blog post possible. At this time, I use my 3g telephony service to move on. This may seem a bit too dramatic, but having no Internet for almost a week was a drawback.
Continuing, I do not want to make you wait for my publication of “Return “, which I hope you find interesting and very useful. I am also proud to note that all the photos in this publication were taken and edited through my phone. Yes
First, I want to give a big shout, and thanks to my most recent commentator, Yvonne (according to the profile of her blog), who also gets the name of Amy August for giving me this message of inspiration from the blog. He asked how to get a perfectly polished nail and get a smooth finish around the cuticle area. And as an added bonus, I’m going to show you how to put creative projects on my nails.
So today, I’ll give you a complete tutorial on nail printing and my technique on how to get a perfectly polished nail. (Wait a long post and please, please follow me: D)
I was posting several nail art designs, but I never got a chance to show you how I do it. For those who have not heard of nails to stamp, this publication will show you some helpful tips not only on how to get a perfect looking polishing nail, but will also include instructions for a well designed result of nail art. Let’s get started!
Here’s what you need to stamp out the nail art. You numbered so you can easily see what I’m saying. Don’t worry if you’re not familiar with some of these things, because I’ll explain each of them in the future.