Chinese new year nails!
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They have a lot of nail stickers for less then $5.00 each. Variety of themes such as animals , flowers , holidays , celebrities , cartoons and more.
This is how the product looks like when you receive it.
Chinese new year 2014 will be celebrated on January 30th until February 8th. The actual day is January 31st but the celebrations last 1 week or so. This year it's the year of the horse. The stickers have rabbits for Asia the rabbit is a symbol of prosperity and good luck.
The rest of the stickers are symbols in Chinese for a good year , and fireworks for the celebrations.
Chinese new year is also celebrated in other countries in Asia , known as "Lunar new year". They follow a lunar calendar and each year they have a different animal. For example ; 2011 year of the rabbit , 2012 year of the dragon , 2013 year of the snake , and 2014 year of the horse.
If you are a Anime fan watch Fruits Basket it shows the Chinese horoscope animals and it will be a lot easier to understand. =)
For this tutorial you will need:
3. Plastic container for the water
You will also need:
Red glitter nail polish - Wet 'n' Wild
Gold glitter nail polish - Wet 'n' Wild
Red nail polish - Wet 'n' Wild
Clear nail polish - Wet 'n' Wild
White nail art marker - Sally Hansen.
Let's start with step by step instructions:
Step 1: Use red nail polish.
Step 2: Cut the nail stickers.
Step 3: Use a little water container and
soak the sticker.Soak for 5 seconds.
Step 4: Peel off the sticker , from the paper.
Step 5: Place the sticker on the nail.
Step 6: Use clear nail polish on top.
Repeat the same 6 steps for all the other nails.
Be very careful when you peel off the sticker.
Step 7: Use a nail art marker and write " Happy" , "2014".
Step 8: Use clear nail polish after you
write with the nail art marker.
Step 9: Use gold glitter nail polish to decorate the nails
Step 10: Use red glitter nail polish to decorate.
Done! Remember to use red & gold. They are traditional
colors for Chinese new year.
Happy Chinese New year!
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