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Tutorial : Tribal Here Tribal There

Words can't describe how excited I got when I was working on this time's tutorial. I am really glad that this previous tutorial was not my last one :D This time I was doing one more complex tutorial than the one I did last time. Even though this one looks quite difficult, but actually it is not as hard as it seems. As long as you got patience, it will all be done nicely, trust me *wink.

So before going on to the tutorial, I am going to let you know the tools I was using when I made this nail art. No pictures though, here is the list :
  1. Nail polishes, of course. The colors that I was using on this nail art were : white, blue, purple, pink, orange, yellow, and jaded green.
  2. Black striper nail polish. This one is quite important in this time's nail art. But if you really don't have any, you can use your normal drawing brush (small one). Click here if you have no idea what striper nail polish is :)
  3. Dotting tools, better if you have various types, from small to big ones.
  4. Top coat and base coat.
What is different between this time's tutorial with the Pacman's was I was not photos to show the tutorials, but I am going to use graphic pictures that I made with the help of Photoshop and Photoscape. To be honest, I am really satisfied with what I did this time hehe. So I hope you will find this tutorial helpful and fun to do to :)

These pictures are the step-by-steps how I was working on each nail. I have this habit of start drawing from my pinkie finger, to the ring finger until the thumb. So these pictures from top to bottom shown are the process of each finger, starting from the pinkie.

Tribal nail art, drawing time : 1.5-2 hours.

And to finish the whole process, don't forget the top coat. Applying top coat is my most favorite part of doing nail art, because it means that the nails are pretty already haha. What do you think? Easy, ain't it? Do try it yourself and you'll find this really exciting and fun.

Well, if you got any comments or any input for me, I will be really glad to see it. Thanks for reading this and I hope there will be another nail art tutorial from me haha. Have a great day, pretty 

PS. This tribal nail art was inspired by Little Nail's awesome tribal nail art from this post. Go check the awesomeness she did on her nails at her blog by clicking here :)

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