Mani of the Week: DIY 4th of July Fireworks Nail Art!

America’s birthday is one of my favorite days of the year! It stands for a smorgasbord of soooo many wonderful things — summer, BBQ’s, family, friends, fireworks and best of all….4th of July Fireworks Nail Art! To get the party started, I have a super easy tutorial that brings the sparkling fireworks straight to your fingertips!

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Supplies:

Tutorial:

STEPS

Step 1: after applying your base coat, paint two coats of your white polish (I used OPI, Alpine Snow). Wait for it to dry.

Step 2: take your blue striper and draw semi-wavy lines from the tip of your nail to half way down, leaving space in between each one.

Step  3: using your red striper, repeat step 2, again leaving a little space.

Step 4: take your silver glitter striper and fill in the blanks in between your blue and red lines. The silver lines can be a little longer to emphasize the fireworks effect! Wait a few minutes for the polish to dry and then seal the deal with your top coat!

For more patriotic nail art tutorials, visit theGLITTERY.com and follow @theGLITTERYblog on Instagram!

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Ariel Fund About Ariel Fund

Ari Fund is a twenty-something-year-old self-proclaimed nailista who strongly believes glitter is always an option, neon is the best part of shopping and nails were created to wear leopard.  By day, she works in Fashion and Beauty Advertising. By night, she can be found citi-biking through the streets of NYC, shopping at the Garment District’s most coveted bead stores for nail art inspiration--all with the occasional pit stop for a Diet Mountain Dew (it’s a serious flaw, she knows). In June 2013, Ari launched theGLITTERY, an ode to the most fabulous part of being a girl, NAILS. To see more of Ari's work, visit www.theGLITTERY.com and follow @theGLITTERYblog on Instagram!

Comments

  1. super cute and so easy! Thanks!

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