Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Galaxy Nails! Nail Art Tutorial


Ok, so I have no idea who started the AWESOME Galaxy nail trend, but I'd love to shake her/his star-covered hand! (EDIT: Apparently it was Nails by Asami, which is no longer a site?!) This nail design LOOKS hard, but it's so easy it's ridiculous- you really can't screw up. The best part is? BECAUSE it looks so difficult, your friends will marvel at your nail art talents, and strangers will incessantly compliment your damn fine nails. :-D (You may even get a comment or two like the one in my tutorial video! :-D)

You can paint plain galaxy nails, or you can add the 'half moon' like I did in my previous post! :D Snazzy!



Hey, baby. Are you a satellite? Because I looked at your nails and said "Hubble Hubble"

12 comments:

  1. Wow, they're actually not that difficult hahha. Oh and, do the type of sponges matter? Because mine are those really thick dense sponges and you can hardly get any "texture" out of them... or should I go get new sponges?

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  2. Oh my gosh! That's so much easier than I'd ever thought they were just by looking at picture step-by-step tutorials. Totally awesome!!

    I bow before your nail prowess!

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  3. Great job!! Your nails are looking great! your designs are always so cool and i think you're a really great artist :) Pretty sure Asami from Nails by Asami started the "galaxy nail" trend. (I so miss her blog :( ) Anyway, you are awesome and thanks for the great tutorial!

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  4. So beautiful! I've seen galaxy nails around the nail blog block but it looked so hard to do! I'm going to try this on my moms nails (she's my nail art guinea pig lol ) Thank you so much! Thumbs up on the sound effects as well :)

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  5. So cool! I am definitely going to give this a try. Thanks for the tutorial. :)

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  6. i love tutorials.. but when it comes to do it.. i become a mess.. i've been wanting to do galaxy nails for a while now, but my nails are too short for it.. so i guess i'll wait few weeks to do it.. will tag you on my blog to see if i was a good student ;)

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  7. This is amazing and so simple!! I just tried ombre nails on my blog "Polished," and this seems to be somewhat similar. Thanks for the tutorial :)

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  8. Genius! Thank you for filming this for us :)

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  9. Wow, it really is simple- and your tutorial is quite "out of this world"!
    ;-P
    ReaderRita

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  10. I've been following your post for quite a while (ever since the 365 days, 365 nail designs) but I think I've never comment on any post...

    Well, what I want to say is that, even though I don't copy the designs, I love watching your tutorials, and specially, I love the opening "ta da da da... the daily nail... tutorials!". I find it soooooooo cute!!!

    I used to read your other blog, about your life in India... but there were no more posts... =(

    Ah, btw, I loved the nail with the Brazilian flag! It was very accurate! (your Portuguese not so much... lol... but still nice!)

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  11. I seriously enjoy the particular posting and the site all in all! That posting is actually quite clearly written as well as simply understandable.

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  12. Well.. I can't tag you, but I'm linking my galaxy nails on my blog to your blog, so people can do it..! Ihttp://instagram.com/p/PvdQDLsEKi/ thanks for your tutorial :)

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