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Nail Art Tutorial: Poppin’ Neon Roses

Nail Art Tutorial: Poppin’ Neon Roses

05.20.15

By semick

Just the sight of the bright Salon Perfect Neon POP! collection has us planning out all the colorful nail art we want to try this summer…

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To get you started, nail blogger Lindsey Williamson (@wondrouslypolished) sampled the set and showed us an easy way to do colorful roses – all you need to start is a few freehand blobs of color. Easy enough, right?

  • Step 1

    Begin by painting your nails with Yowza Yellow and let dry completely.

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  • Step 2

    Paint two circles with Haute Pink. Don't worry if they aren't perfectly round; these will be the base of your roses.

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  • Step 3

    Add one more circle with Fired Up Fuchsia.

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  • Step 4

    With Wrapped Around My Pink-y and Purple POP!, paint swirling half circles to add dimension to the roses. Start in the center with small arcs and work your way out with increasingly large arcs.

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  • Step 5

    Repeat Step 4 using Sugar Cube. If you'd like, add a few more strokes of purple and pink to get the petals to your liking.

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  • Step 6

    Using Loopy Lime, add leaves in various places around the roses.

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  • Step 7

    Use Sugar Cube to add some dimension to the leaves along the edges.

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  • Step 8

    Finally, use a dotting tool and Sugar Cube to add a few white dots floating between the flowers. Finish up with Crystal Clear top coat and enjoy!

    Images: Lindsey Williamson/Salon Perfect

    SLIDE 8 OF 8
  • Step 1

    Begin by painting your nails with Yowza Yellow and let dry completely.

  • Step 2

    Paint two circles with Haute Pink. Don't worry if they aren't perfectly round; these will be the base of your roses.

  • Step 3

    Add one more circle with Fired Up Fuchsia.

  • Step 4

    With Wrapped Around My Pink-y and Purple POP!, paint swirling half circles to add dimension to the roses. Start in the center with small arcs and work your way out with increasingly large arcs.

  • Step 5

    Repeat Step 4 using Sugar Cube. If you'd like, add a few more strokes of purple and pink to get the petals to your liking.

  • Step 6

    Using Loopy Lime, add leaves in various places around the roses.

  • Step 7

    Use Sugar Cube to add some dimension to the leaves along the edges.

  • Step 8

    Finally, use a dotting tool and Sugar Cube to add a few white dots floating between the flowers. Finish up with Crystal Clear top coat and enjoy!

    Images: Lindsey Williamson/Salon Perfect

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