Love Aesthetics

July 3, 2012

Splattered Nails



No need for a steady hand for this manicure which can impossibly go wrong. After applying a base color, dip a very thin straw into a different color of nail polish for the splatters. Aim for your nails and blow through the straw! Afterwards, remove the splatterings around your nails with a q-tip and some nail polish remover and you’re done!

101 responses to “Splattered Nails”

  1. Raquel says:

    oh gosh, you are a genius!!! loveeee itttt must try!!

  2. Love it, what a great idea!!! xx

  3. Dominika says:

    wow gorgeous!
    i love your blog!

  4. These look absolutely amazing! Definitely going to try it.

    x Michelle |

  5. moiminnie says:

    such an amazing idea! will try it out for sure!

  6. Polly says:

    Amazing! I’m trying it on!


  7. Oh, will try that 🙂

  8. this looks sick. loving your work, x

  9. Geertje says:

    Ik vind je blog echt geweldig, en je DIY’s zijn helemaal fantastisch! Heel authentiek allemaal, er zijn weinig bloggers die zo autonoom zijn en dicht bij zichzelf blijven (ipv merkslaven te worden bijvoorbeeld..). Jouw blog is echt van een ander kaliber!

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  11. justyled says:

    amazing..everything you do is special and perfect

    xx BBella

  12. Fashiable says:

    Super zeg, miss dat ik het ook eens een keertje ga proberen!

  13. Nomadic D. says:

    genius. May seem like a bit of a strong word for a manicure, but seriously, this is good stuff.

  14. I have to try this tip! Your nails looks great! <3

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  16. Isabel says:

    Such a great idea, I will try it for summer nails! 🙂


  17. Taru says:

    Wow thats amazing 🙂 !!

  18. Marina says:

    Look amazing! Love this nail art!


  19. Pretty impressed with this effect and so simple!


  20. lusten-up says:

    love your beauty & diy posts. always learn something new from them.

  21. Anonymous says:

    i really love everything you do and your blog… youre awsome! i really want to do the tranparent jewlery (the cuffs and the earings and the belt..), but my problem is that its really hard for me to get perspex where i live. do you have idea for another material i can use? (kind of flexible plastic or something like that)?

  22. That’s so sweet! perspex, lucite, plexiglass… it´s all basically the same. Maybe you can order it somwhere online? Or maybe your local hardware store can order it for you?(so did mine) You’ll need the cheapest kind; only 2mm thickness. hope this helped!

  23. ANN says:

    This is awesome, have to try it out!
    XX Ann

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  28. Yvonne says:

    Your blog is so inspiring <3

  29. RAYNE says:

    Gahh you’ve done it again! Great idea.


  30. Larissa says:

    Ik heb eergisteren deze nail art geprobeerd en het ging heeeelemaal mis haha, overal vlekken nagellak blubber, maar niet op mijn nagels! maar ik denk dat het lag aan het rietje aangezien ik een normaal rietje heb gebruikt.. 😉 mn zus zei al dat ze een goede manier wist, even kijken of zij dezelfde oplossing heeft als jij voor mij!:)

  31. Vicky says:

    This looks so cool! Love it!!

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  32. Joyce says:

    Lovely nails!

    Love, Joyce

  33. Aves Gry says:

    That is a great idea for people with unsteady hands. What’s also great is that it will allow me to go up to people and ask them what they see. So I can pretend to be their psychologist.

  34. Camilla says:

    this is so cool! must try

    xo Camilla

    Into The Fold

  35. Such an awesome idea! Will have to try it out, looks fantastic.

  36. ♥ Waqay says:

    gosh. this looks fantastic.
    I’m totally impressed.

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  38. Hey) I`we tried regular coctail straw, and it comes out ugly)) *I used vaseline on my cuticles to easiest remove nail polish

  39. Very beautiful photos… love the nail polish… looks great!

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  40. Sasha says:

    Such a great idea. Love the way it looks!

  41. Kirsty~ says:

    That’s one of the best ideas i’ve heard in a while! Trying it out asap. xxx

  42. Laura says:

    Wauw, ontzettend gaaf je nagels zo!

  43. This is such a cool idea! Love it! x

    Kate {Modette}

  44. Monique says:

    this looks amazing. i have to try this!

  45. oh my god i love this! it reminds me of sass & bide! haha defs giving it a go

  46. B1 & B2 says:

    I’m so obsessed with nail polish/ art and this seems so easy. LOVE THEM! Looking forward to trying this out. x

  47. Yes i’m going to try this!


  48. Mira says:

    Wow awesome idea. Not sure if it will that good when I do that 😀


  49. This is such a great idea!! I must try this out soon! Love it! Thanks for sharing!

  50. Angie G says:

    I love it. Reminds me of jawbreakers

  51. HOW COOL IS THAT!!! i have to try it!
    p.s. just discovered your amazing blog…and i freaking love it!

  52. Ronnie says:

    you have some really great ideas love it Please check out my blog and follow me

  53. Wedekind says:

    again a great idea! thanks deary!

    Heartbeats from Vienna Wedekind

  54. I usually use a bobby pin to make splatter nails but this seems so much easier! and looks great! <3

    XO Sahra

  55. Lucy Kennedy says:

    That’s so great! <3

  56. Daysha says:

    Seriously wish I could do this! Will have to plan a day/evening dedicated to it!

  57. Fabita Punk says:

    This is a great idea!


  58. karm_a says:

    you even made it to the Another Reader 🙂

  59. LOVE THIS SO MUCH! Great idea. xx

  60. Bojan says:

    Really nice! Hope thats ok i borrowed your pics and reblogged this in my blog: I gave you a link offcourse! Love your blog!

  61. Kim says:

    Ivania, dit is echt briljant!! Ga ik zeker proberen! 🙂

  62. Sofia Corona says:

    I love your blog so much you have been a great inspiration you should come in and check it out and tell me what you think.


  63. Debbie says:

    Dat is echt heeeel tof! Ga ik zeker eens proberen! 😀


  64. Pat says:

    You just always have the nicest, easiest ideas! Love your blog! x

  65. Anonymous says:

    Please, please! do a video tutorial for this! PLEASEEEEEEEEEE!

  66. Savvy92 says:

    Tried this! Looks amazing especially now that I’m tanned ^-^

  67. kath says:

    hope you don’t mind me reposting this on tumblr. all due credit goes to you of course. 🙂

  68. It looks so amazing and I try it, but I don’t know where I can buy so thin straws. Where have you buy these thin straws?
    The thinnest (3mm) straw I get is to thick 🙁

  69. Ian says:

    Slide a hose clamp over the thin end of the beer hose.Push the thin end of the beer line over the barbed end of the shank.This might take a while but make sure to slide it on completely.Twist the wire back and forth to help it slide easier.Slide the clamp over the end of the hose and shank.Squeeze firmly to tighten. 3 tablespoons instant nonfat milk powder Most models today are very easy to use, all you need is a filter, some coffee, and running water. The only wy you can lose suction with the Rainbow, is if you have one of the latst models, the E-Series. Drying time will depend on how thick your meat is cut.

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