Hello lovelies!

Today I want to share with you how to make this pink zebra nail design. This is a bizarre pastel pink animal with mat skin, white stripes and a hint of gold :) Read on for a step-by-step tutorial.

Pink white and gold zebra nails tutorial

Pink white and gold zebra nails tutorial

Pink white and gold zebra nails tutorial

Pink white and gold zebra nails tutorial

Pink white and gold zebra nails tutorial

Pink white and gold zebra nails tutorial

Pink white and gold zebra nails tutorial

Pink white and gold zebra nails tutorial

 

First, paint your nails soft pink.
I was in a mood for a baby pink these days. You can chose any favorite pink you have but I believe this design will look as romantic and soft as it is now if you use a paler shade.

Second, add zebra stripes.
Again, to get this gentle zebra look I chose to make white stripes instead of black ones. I draw zebra stripes freehandedly but have featured this zebra print how to in my earlier tutorial, in case you will need a guide. I used a stripping brush I made by trimming and old clear coat brush. I have already given you this idea in my 5 DIY nail products you can get for free.

Then, add a mat top coat.
It is a good idea to add the mat top coat before the gold zebra stripes because gold colors usually have some glitter in it and you do not want to steal away their sparkle by covering it with a mat formula.

Last, add gold detail.
My gold color comes with a stripping brush so I used it to add the stripes. You need just a few touches here and there as this step is meant to add a gold hint to your strange animal skin rather than overwhelm it with glitter.

Products:
Pink: Golden Rose Rich Color collection, number 52
White: Essie Blanc
Gold: Golden Rose Nail Art collection, number 113
Mat top: Flormar Matifying touch

Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed!.

7 thoughts on “Pink and white zebra nails with a hint of gold tutorial

    1. NailCentric Post author

      Thanks so much, Bailey! I made the gold part up to conceal some stripes I didn’t like too much and the design turned out even more beautiful than I had originally planned :)

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