Nail Art 1 Part Two: 5-petal Flower

Last week’s lesson was taught by Teacher Nicole and Teacher Joe! We had to practice the 5-petal flower on a piece of paper first, with acrylic paint! Each petal must be at 72 degrees apart, which adds up to a full 360 degrees for a even flower! My eyes were slightly crossed after practicing on paper.

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My first two attempts on the nail tips above! Picture below shows the teacher’s work, look at the petals! So accurate and they look so similar!

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And then we were taught how to do a three-tone 5 petal flower; just by mixing a lighter and darker colours for the contrast! Notice how teacher’s petals are slightly smaller so I made mine smaller this time as well!

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I like how mine looks! I doubt I can ever master this perfectly because  I think no one wants to do this kind of art on their nails! But, this is a good practice! As what Teacher Joe says, if you can copy/paint 5 exact petals; you can copy/paint just about anything! Excellent quote!

And this sums up the completion of NA1!!! Yay, I’m moving on to acrylic extensions next and then back to NA2!

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