Of all the colorful Hand Painted nail art, I love the Parrot Green for aesthetic nails.
Its leaves and flowers are the symbol of the sun and its fruit, which is nuts, being used as decoration, and also an element of beauty.
The Parrot Green Aesthetic Nail is made of 100% genuine chicksome olive forest themed natural skin, and natural rubber.
This is not your ordinary one nail polish that you are used to.
About the process
For the preparation and technique of making nail polishes, it is vital to know the basics of it. For better understanding, the author of this article will Divide and conquer, division and simplify. From there, you will get a deeper understanding of nail polish making, and maybe, just maybe, you will love it.
The process of one nail painting may be different with those who are just starting out. It is totally up to you if you want to paint one or two nails at first. NailPolish.com has a section just for those who are getting started with one or two nails painted.
As you go along, you will start to create a world of artistic features including shapes, initials, animals, and more through the use of simple techniques. NailPolish.com has a number of tutorials on its website that will guide you along each step of the way, until you achieve the look you are aiming for.
Using the Nail Polish tool, you are able to paint an ‘X’ shape (a U shape starting from the tip of the nail to the tip of the pinkie). In this instance, the parrot green is easier to paint since the immediate color of the nail is already there.
Your pigment is a liquid and paint which is put onto the nail through the use of a brush. As you create a different color ‘color’ at a time, the color will mix and sparkle as it spreads on the nail. As you become more experienced, you will be able to use more colors, so there is no need to limit yourself to the two-three colors that are normally used in nail polishes at a time.
Then each color that you are using should be painted separately by using the appropriate brush that is in the right color that you want it painted on to. You are able to use the Leaping Loop on this website, which is a new concept, but once you get the hang of it, it really is easy to use.
It allows you to get more paint into the bottle, so you can use a different color on each finger. Once you have tried this, you will wonder how you ever managed before; because with one go you have so many colors on your fingers, and when you add a second coat you double the options, but also double the work.
To get the nail polish closer to the color on your nails, you will apply the paint in layers. One of the easiest ways to do this is to wet your nail with a good base coat, but you can also use a top coat if your nail is totally covered in paint.
You try using a brush, but your paintbrush is not large enough, so you try using a tooth brush ( flattened out, but protruding out in one direction).
Another technique that was borrowed from the 50’s, is you dip your brush in paint, and gently paint to the paint around your nail. You can also use a paint to offline paint kit or even an old toothbrush. Once the paint is on, you simply brush through it to remove the paint that was not able to penetrate the tip of the nail. Then you rinse your hands under the warm water, and then cover your whole nail in the color.