SoNailicious X Mint Polish – 3 Nail Art Tutorials

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Recently we collaborated with one of our favourite nail polish brands – Mint Polish to create 3 nail art tutorials. We were particularly excited about this collaboration because these polishes are set to become the next big thing in the polish world! The colours are fantastic (remember Czarina?), the packaging is stylish, and the 5-free, cruelty-free and vegan friendly formula is easy to work with. Once you’ve tried Mint Polish, you’ll keep going back!

So today we present 3 easy nail art tutorials created for Part 1 of the SoNailicious X Mint project.

1. French Chevron

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How to: paint your nails with taupe polish, then paint blue diagonal tips and then emerald tips on all nails using the nail polish brush. Wait a minute or two and seal your design with a high shine (or matte) top coat.

Polishes used: Mint Polish Pass the Scone (taupe), Ming (blue) and Czarina (green) for the French tip – all available here.

2. Spring Stripe*

*right in time for spring in Australia! ;)

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How to: paint your nails with light pink polish, wait till it’s touch dry, then apply striping tape as pictured. Now work one nail at a time – paint the light lilac and dark purple stripes, then accurately remove the stripes. Repeat on all nails. Wait a minute or two and seal your design with a high shine (or matte) top coat.

Polishes used: Mint Polish I Do (pink), Lavender Macaroon and Esmeralda (dark purple) – get them here.

3. Marbled Manicure

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How to: see the full tutorial for this drag marble manicure here.

Polishes used: Mint Polish Tart (yellow), Rue Cler (grey) and Wet Look top coat – available here.

Which nail colour/nail design is your favorite? And, which tutorial are you keen to try?

– Maria, xx

PS. If you re-create any of these looks with Mint Polish, make sure you tag @So_Nailicious and @MintPolishHQ in your photo on Instagram or Twitter. Greta, Mint Polish founder and I would love to see your work!

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  • Jo

    Hey I noticed your offices are in redfern, just wondering if you do manicures there?

  • julie

    Greetings SoNailicious,
    I noticed when I signed up for your newsletter that your in Redfern NSW, firstly I tried to download your free book that was offered when I signed up, I kept getting a paypal site asking for $9.95 and also my internet is a tad bit unreliable here in the Cooloola Hinterland so I was wondering do you offer hardcover books in lessons in nail art design, I have just finished a certificate course in acrylics, gels and the use of an e-file but I would love to learn some nail art. So I look forward to hearing from you and also hoping your newsletters come thru. All the best and what a gr8 site.
    Blessings, Julie

    • Hi Julie,

      Thank you for your kind words about the site. Yes, we’re in Sydney! And yes, we’ll be running a series of nail art courses and workshops in 2015 – the announcement will go out early in 2015. We don’t have hardcover books yet, but it’s also something we’re working on at the moment.
      Re: paypal asking for $9.95. You need to use a special code for 100% discount that makes the book free to download. The code is in newsletter sign up confirmation email. So just wait for that – you should receive it almost immediately after signing up, then get the code and get the book. Hope this helps!
      If any questions, please feel free to email me directly at editor@sonailicious.com
      Maria, x

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