15 November 2012

Thanksgiving Turkey Nail Art & Tutorial!

Over the weekend I had posted a picture to my Facebook & Twitter of my sister's nails that I had done. She wanted festive Thanksgiving Turkeys. I had done a post with this same nail art last year (check it out HERE), but I feel it deserved to be done again and with a tutorial! I was asked to do a tutorial of this on my Facebook page, and I was so flattered! First, check out my full set of nails, my sister's nails & finally, the tutorial! 


 For my nails, I started with a base of China Glaze Ingrid on my thumb, pointer, middle & pinky fingers. I did a base of Kleancolor Metallic Yellow on my ring finger. I then added a thin coat of China Glaze Champagne Kisses onto the nails for some sparkle. 



 Here is Ingrid & Metallic Yellow with Champagne Kisses alone. 

 For my sister's nails, I used Essie Mink Muffs for her brown base & then used China Glaze Fireside Glow for the glitter. Her gold is Kleancolor Metallic Yellow with China Glaze Angel Wings.

Now for the tutorial!
 Here are the products I used:
L-R Kleancolor Metallic Yellow (gold), China Glaze Champagne Kisses (gold glitter), China Glaze Ingrid (brown), Color Club Ho Ho Holly (green), Color Club Berry & Bright (red), Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Crush (orange), ULTA Sun-Sational (yellow), Nina Ultra Pro Black, Nina Ultra Pro White

Here are the steps I used to create the turkey. The pictures are pretty self-explanatory, but I added some small text to go along with it. Click on this picture to enlarge it and have a better view!

Well, that's it! I love this little Turkey guy, and can't wait to show you some more Thanksgiving Nail Art! If you chose to re-create this, e-mail me and show me your turkey :)

9 comments:

  1. Very cute that accent nail, love the colors that you chose for it!

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  2. Such a cute turkey! Love that China Glaze color, perfect for the season.

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  3. Oh my goodness, this little gobbler is so cute! I love the colors in your whole mani, so gorgeous!!

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  4. Love this! I am going to have to try and the tutorial doesnt seem to hard!!! Thanks for sharing :)

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  5. This is too darn cute! I just wanna "eat" that turkey. LOL

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  6. I love your turkey! He is just too cute!!

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  7. Aw this is cute! lol so many polishes! I love your tutorial :D

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  8. so cute!! i just did a turkey nail too i have to post later

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