Blame it on my nieces again! I find inspiration in them all the time and for the last birthday party we had, well we couldn’t help but get some confetti to make it so much fun. The cleanup of it is another story!
Start off with a sheer but sparkly pink. I choose OPI’s And This Little Piggy. Since it sheer try two coats over your base coat, China Glaze’s Adhesion Base Coat.
Using Sally Hansen’s Nail art pen in Black, start dotting the tips of the nail. Use this black to map out the shape of the tips you want. Add in a pink shade, Sally Hansen’s Nail art pen in Light Pink. This is what is should look like.
Using a nail dotting tool, apply other colours of your choice. You want to try to fill as many of the empty spots as possible but of course some spots maybe left empty and dots can also overlap. I used red (China Glaze Ruby Pumps), Teal (Sinful Colours Gorgeous), sheer white (China Glaze Moonlight) and sheer blue (Sinful Colour Swedish Blue).
This one is simple and fun! The nail art pens really reduce the amount of time you spend dotting. But of course the good ole dotting tool or tooth pick would work just as well. Throwing some confetti your way!