These kinda suck. I was more in a hurry to get it done than to take time & do it right.
Plus, my clear polish was goopy.
Do you have cosmetic pigment that are no longer usable on your face?
What a waste of money!
Here's how you can take that color you loved on your face & love it on your nails instead.
YOU WILL NEED:
1. Something disposable to mix on.Tin foil, wax paper, sandwich bag, paper or styrofoam plate, whatever you have. I will be using wax paper for this tutorial so the camera flash isn't reflected.
2. Pigment of your choosing.Any brand. Any color.
3. Clear nail polish.Personally I use the cheap stuff, because (that's how I roll) clear is clear to me.
4. Nail polish remover.Doesn't have to be non acetone. I have acrylic nails & acetone eats at acrylic so I purchase the kind without. It takes a bit more liquid & effort to remove polish than normal.
(you will also need paper towels, not pictured)
About half the amount of the pigment should be enough.
You can do equal amounts of both, but the more nail polish you add the less intense the color will be.
Pretty self explanitory.
Don't worry about your brush, we'll get to that later.
Sorry for the foot. I had *just* finished doing acrylics on my hands (yes, I do them myself, sooo much cheaper).
Also, the color is much nicer in person. I took these at night under florescent lighting with camera flash, it really kills the color quality.
Now, onto that polish brush...
Fill nail polish remover cap about halfway with remover liquid.
Swirl brush in remover.
REPEAT STEPS ONE & TWO AS NEEDED.