Wednesday, 23 January 2013

One Stroke Petal Flowers nail art with video and picture tutorial!

Hello lovelies,

I FINALLY edited the video tutorial for one stroke petals creating a flowery shape. Here is the new manicure I've done using this technique. I have used Pretty Serious Blue Gums On Boxing Day and white acrylic paint. 

Lucy's Stash - One Stroke Petal Flowers

Lucy's Stash - One Stroke Petal Flowers
  
Lucy's Stash - One Stroke Petal Flowers

Lucy's Stash - One Stroke Petal Flowers
 
Lucy's Stash - One Stroke Petal Flowers


And this is the manicure that triggered it all...do you remember?

Lucy's Stash - One Stroke Petal Flowers




This is a picture tutorial but I recommend you to watch the video as it will show you exactly how I did it.

Lucy's Stash - One Stroke Petal Flowers Tutorial



And a video tutorial for you :) I will be grateful if you'll tell me what I can improve in my videos. I'm a newbie so I won't be offended. Should I speed up more sections? Should I add some music into sped up sections? Am I showing it too slow/fast? Let me know!



26 comments:

  1. wigglewigglewiggle - that's cute :)

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    1. hehe didn't know how else to describe it ;)

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous! Love that green shade!

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  3. nice tutorial and beautiful mani :)

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  4. Ok that's gorgeous :) I'm gonna try it tomorrow :)
    But how do you do this on your right hand?
    Does it turn out the same?

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    1. Thank you Carry. You have to work slower and more carefully and it probably won't be as precise. But practice makes perfect!

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  5. Awesome, video tutorial is really useful. Thanks for making it <3

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  6. Thank you for this tutorial! Now i finally understand, how this works ^^ The video is super! Helped me a lot :)

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    1. Oh I'm so glad! Thank you for stopping by x

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  7. Lucy, you are extremely cute "wigglewigglewiggle" but also took off the scary edge for this technique! I might even try it sometime instead of just admiring your gorgeous nails!

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    1. haha thank you Deborah. It is not hard it just needs practice really. And this manicure is much easier than normal one stroke flowers :)

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  8. First of all, your unpainted nails.. just wow... Your video was perfect! Perfect lighting, very descriptive, no annoying music, and a speed up at just the right time. I've tried the one stroke petals before but I think my mistake was using polish for the petals. It dried and got clumpy so quickly!

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    1. Thank you so much for the feedback Rebecca! And yes, it is really hard to work with nail polish, acrylic paint is so much better.

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  9. Beautiful! I can't wait to get my brushes!

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    1. Oh and what brushes are you getting? Would you mind linking? I'm always on a lookout for good brushes, especially one stroke ones

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  10. Lovely! Your video was 1) adorable and 2) just right--not too fast, not too slow. You have absolutely beautiful nails, so maybe I was just mesmerized by those in the spare time! ;) Haha. Great work! I love to see what new things you come up with :)

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  11. great tutorial! ill have to try this out soon!

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  12. This tutorial is great! Beautiful petals :)

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  13. Thank you for this very helpful tutorial, which was perfect. I'm very pleased that there wasn't music - I much prefer the way you did it. Oh, and your mani is gorgeous!!

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  14. OMG!!! these manis are so pretty. Love the color combos and design. thanks for sharing the tutorial to us. I am thinking of trying it out.

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  15. Love the tutorial just the way you've done it - I don't like music in the videos as it's distracting to me and I'm usually watching with the TV on in the background. GREAT JOB!

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