(These are the gorgeous nails of my beautiful friend Kate)
So I started off using a base coat, followed by a base colour. I chose a lilac shade - doesn't really matter what shade you choose here it'll mostly be covered.
To get the pattern I took an old, cheap makeup sponge and dropped some blobs of nail polish on (poetic, I know). I used a hair grip to move the colours around a little and then just dabbed it on to the nail.
|Here is a terrible photograph of the nail varnish blobbed onto the sponge. This won't be neat once you first dab it on to the nail, however you can just clean up afterwards.|
|I chose some bright shades, all colour names will be below. Sorry x 1,000,000 for the awful photography, my bad.|
Finally, just finish with a top coat for longer lasting colour.
Instead of using a regular top coat you could use a glittery top coat to give a different look, see here.
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