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Can You Keep a Secret? Pretty Little Liars Inspired Nail Art

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Pretty Little Liars Inspired Nail Art
Ages teen

Everyone knows the ladies of Pretty Little Liars have the best nail art on television. Watching the show each week just to see what awesome colors and super cute designs the girls have on their hands is every nail art fashionista's favorite Tuesday night past time, and now I am teaching you how to paint one of their most famous designs!

These nails are inspired by Jenna's nails in Season 3, Episode 11-- Single Fright Female. We see them when she's talking on her phone waiting outside!


What you'll need

  • Pale Pink Nail Polish
  • Black Nail Polish
  • White Nail Polish
  • Nail Dotting Tool

How to make it

  1. Step 1

    Start with one coat of polish on a pale pink nail. It's okay if it doesn't cover well, because you're going to paint over most of it anyway.

  2. Step 2

    Paint black polish over the pink leaving just the very edge of the pink exposed. This is easy to do if you just use the curve of the nail polish brush to make the curve of the black polish.

  3. Step 3

    I used a dotting tool to make the dots, I got mine here. But if you don't have dotting tools, you can use the end of a bobby pin to make your dots.

  4. Step 4

    Use the white polish to paint the dots, dipping the dotting tool in white polish and slowly dropping it down to the nail each time.

    Now you have the perfect Pretty Little Liars inspired nails!


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