Since my Halloween Nail Art Tutorial had such a good reception, I thought I’d bring you another nail art tutorial. This one is fall inspired.
For this tutorial I’m going with autumnal colors like deep oranges, reds, and golds. Feel free to substitute in similar colors by different brands if you would like. I used the Revlon Multi Care Base + Top Coat for my base coat, Julep’s Brielle for the burnt orange color, Julep’s Autumn for the glitter topper, and China Glaze’s Fast Forward Top Coat for the top coat.
Again for this tutorial I used Revlon’s Multi Care Base + Top coat for my base coat. Forgive the condition of my nails, removing the black nail polish that I had on before got a bit messy…
After letting the Revlon Base Coat dry I applied one coat of Julep’s Brielle. I both liked and disliked this polish. I liked the color and the fact that it was super opaque in one coat. However, I disliked the thick goopiness it had going on. That can be cured with a little bit of polish thinner though. I felt like this was the best color to go with due to the fact that it was more of a burnt orange color that I associate with fall/autumn.
After letting Brielle dry completely I applied one coat of Julep’s Autumn. Autumn is really gorgeous with red, orange, and gold glitters in it. Once dry it’ll keep you mesmerized whenever the sun hits it. With this polish you can make it as glittery, or non-glittery, as you want with how much you apply to the nail.
After letting Autumn dry a tad I applied one coat of China Glaze’s Fast Forward Top Coat. This not only allowed Autumn to dry faster but the top coat itself dried faster as well.
And this is what the completed nail art looks like. Very basic but also very eye catching because of those glitters.
And don’t forget to look below for how much and where you can get these polishes at. Note that the Julep polishes are $14 normally but for Maven’s they are $11.20.
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