Hello!! Today in this video I’m going to show you how I created this Hedgehog Nail Art!! First, I’m going to make some decals using this hedgehog design on BM-715 Plate from Bundle Monster. And the stamping polish is Chocolate from Mundo de Unas.
I’m a super beginner at stamping, so I don’t know if I’m doing things correctly, but I’m just doing my best. Okay, here’s my first hedgehog design. I use sticky tape to remove the part that I’m not going to use.
Stamp onto a plastic bag. I made a few more in the same way so that I have plenty of backups. Before applying top coat, I’m going to add there little mouths, because I like them smiling. And I think that their a little bit too pale, so I’m going to add this light beige polish on top.
Apply top coat. I allowed them to dry for a few minutes, now I can peel them off easily. Apply top coat onto my ring finger. And place the decals. Carefully cut off the excess. Apply top coat and that’s done.
Moving onto the index finger. I’m using a French nail guide to create a deep french tip. Push the sides to secure. And apply dark brown nail polish. I’m going to start hand painting, starting with the body for the hedgehog.
The color that I’m using is a combination of brown and white acrylic paint. Using the same color, draw a few spikes onto the french tip. Add more brown to the existing paint, and paint the top part of the hedgehog.
Draw the face and spikes with dark brown. I just drew a little symbol here so that it looks like it’s running. Add a little bit of pink to finish. On my thumb and middle finger, I’m going to have bigger hedgehogs.
Add dark brown using a small piece of makeup sponge. Add lighter brown around the inside edges. And a little bit of white. Draw the face, starting with the nose in the middle. For the spikes, I’m just placing the tip of the brush gently.
Pink onto the cheeks, hands and ears. Clean up the skin. Apply top coat and place the crown that I got from Beyond the Nail. And all done, yay!! Thank you for watching and I’ll see you soon!! The details of the equipment that I used in this video are in the description box below or on my blog.