An Easy DIY Manicure With Fun Shapes Nichole Vasti All Stories, Beauty, Nails 9 Comments Last week’s nails were dark and flashy, this week I decided to tone things down with a clean looking manicure. I went nude with a simple yet chic design involving shapes with the help of some fun nail tools! What You Need: Luxe by OPI the perfect cover up by essie Glosser Top Coat by ORLY all in one by essie Dotting Tool (nail art duo stylist) – Available from essence Nail Tip Guides – Available on Amazon Instructions: 1. Apply “all in one” by essie. Wait for your base coat to fully dry. 2. Stick on a “V” shaped tip guide. Make sure the base of the “V” falls towards the middle of your nail and is perfectly centered. 3. Polish in the “V” using “Luxe” gold. 4. Using your dotting tool apply a dot at the base/point of the “V”. From there create an even amount of dots on each side of the “V”. I was able to fit 3 per side using “the perfect cover up”. 5. Allow your design to fully dry before applying “glosser”. For more nail art inspiration, head over to our Beauty section and follow @nichole_bryanna on Instagram! How often do you treat yourself to a DIY at-home mani? Congratulations! You found one of the secret questions for our Wellness From the Inside Out giveaway! Answer in the comments section below for one entry to win this week’s prize. Then, make sure to keep searching our latest stories for more chances to win. 9 Responses Daniela Plume January 19, 2016 very seldom do i mani. just the basics. i break them too easily. Reply Staci Z. January 19, 2016 Not often enough, usually when my 4 year old wants one. Reply HM Wince January 19, 2016 I try to once a month (if, I can not get to someone professionally). Reply Nina Los January 16, 2016 I am bad at it. So rarely. Reply Patty January 15, 2016 Not often Reply Christa January 13, 2016 Not often at all. Reply patricia January 12, 2016 I give myself a pedicure at least once a week. My nails are beyond repair. Reply amy stonger January 11, 2016 Not very often, maybe once or twice a year. Reply Adrienne V Williamson January 11, 2016 Once a week! Reply Start a Conversation to Adrienne V Williamson Cancel a Conversation Connect with Enter your WordPress.com blog URL http://.wordpress.com Proceed Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.