Firework Nails Design
You'll need a red, white and blue polish for this tutorial.
Red Polish: Nicole by O.P.I. in Please Red-Cycle
White: Essie in the color Blanc
Blue: Sinful Colors in #1052 Endless Blue
You'll also need a top coat and dotting tool.
Top Coat: O.P.I.
Nail Dotter: Essence from Ulta
Step 1. Paint all of your nails white
Step 2. Place a dot in the top or bottom corner of your nail with your dotting tool
Step 3. Place a circle of dots around the first dot with the dotting tool
Step 4. Draw lines around the circle of dots to finish creating your firework
Here is the finished look of the blue fireworks. Now repeat these steps with your red polish to create the red fireworks. Place the red fireworks on the other corner of your nails. It's okay if the colors overlap each other.
Here is the complete finished look
BB Cream: Garnier Skin Renew Miracle Skin Perfector B.B. Cream in Light/Medium
Setting Powder: Loreal Hydra Perfecte Loose Powder in #917 Light
Blue Eyeliner: Loreal Colour Riche Eyeliner in Cobalt
White Eyeliner: Rimmel London Soft Kohl Kajal Eyeliner Pencil in #071 Pure White
Red Eyeliner: Rimmel London Lasting Finish Stay on Lip Contouring Pencil in #1000 Kisses
Mascara: Loreal Telescopic Mascara
Red Lipstick: Rimmel Show Off Lip lacquer in #401 Aurora
Red, White & Blue Outfit
Blue Belt- Target
Red Capris- My moms closet
Blue Crop Top- H&M
White All Star Converse- Kohls
Red Bandana- Target
My outfit incorporates pieces that I found in my own closet. I wanted to be festive while still being affordable, so I chose red, white and blue pieces. This is a great way to show your spirit without spending money on a new american flag shirt. Anyone can recreate this look with clothes from there own closets!
How cute are these panda fireworks!? My boyfriend surprised me with them! #PandaPower
*If you recreate any of these looks send it to me on twitter or instagram using the hashtag #JulyPanda*
I also made a You Tube video of my nails, makeup and outfit! Watch it NOW!
What are your plans for the 4th of July?