So…What Are We Doing?


When it came to this mani, I had no idea what I was going to do.  So, I researched some nail art and I saw some pretty cool stuff. After checking things out,  I decided to add to some of the art to my nails.  Then, when I reached my index finger, I had no idea what I was going to do.  So I thought. . . why not paint a question mark?  Made sense to me 🙂  I ended up loving this mani.  Thanks for reading.  Follow me on Instagram @sickreativity.

Items Needed:

  • Black acrylic paint
  • Nail art brush
  • Dotting tool
  • Top Coat
  • Base Coat
  • Toothpick

Polish Used:


Step 1: After applying your base coat, put two coats of white polish on your nails.  Apply your favorite topcoat and let your nails completely dry.q

Step 2: On your pinky, with your acrylic paint (make sure to add water to it) paint a thick diagonal stripe.


Step 3: Then, on the tip of your nail, paint another thick diagonal stripe going in the other direction.  If you have any space near your cuticle, do the same.  You want to make sure the stripes look continuous.


Step 4: On your ring finger, starting from your cuticle, paint the outline of dripping slime or paint. (Don’t mind my horrible attempt to do this.  I’m left-handed and I’m trying this with my right lol.  It’s okay if you mess up like I did.  You can scrape off the mess-ups with a toothpick.)


Step 5: Then, fill in the wiggly shape.


Step 6: On your middle finger, paint two curved lines in the middle of your nail.


Step 7: Fill in the space between the two lines.


Step 8: Now for the index finger.  Make the shape of a question mark.


Step 9:  With your dotting tool, make a dot near the tip of your nail.


Step 10: All of your nails should look like this.


Step 11: Apply a topcoat to all your nails and you’re all done.



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