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(Video) Nail Tutorial: Tips & Tricks On How To Paint On Your Own Hands, With Your Non Dominant Hand!

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Have you ever wanted to have a beautiful nail polish only to get home and realize that you can only paint with your dominant hand? Most women have this kind of situation! This can be really frustrating and quite disappointing, but with some practice and a few good tips, you’ll definitely have gorgeous nails in no time! In this video, Howcast will show you on How to Paint With Your Non-Dominant Hand!

Of course we all love giving ourselves a fresh and beautiful  manicure, but sometimes things can go from fun to frustration just as quickly as we switch hands. You know how it goes one hand comes out fabulous, while the other ends up far from it. Finding yourself stuck in the midst of this polishing problem, because your left handed is really frustrating. That cause you to just go on a salon and spend money.

You start to paint a beautiful nail art creation and you are so proud of how great it looks. Then you go onto your right hand, and it comes out looking like you let a 4 year old do your nails. Your perfect manicure is now ruined. Painting your nails alone on your right hand is hard, so adding in any sort of design seems to be impossible.  It’s not an easy task, but with a few simple tips you can definitely help to steady your hand and perfect your artwork… on both hands!

In this video you will find out how to do your own manicure at home in easy steps, without spending time and money in a salon. By applying these easy steps for doing your own professional manicure at home, we assure that you will get salon-quality results and moreover save your money and time by avoiding going to a salon. Your manicured nails will make you look gorgeous.  Your friends will love to look at your pretty hands and enjoy being with you.

Check out this awesome video and Learn How to Paint With Your Non-Dominant Hand!admin-ajax



*One, take your time.


*Two, make sure that you haven’t had a lot of caffeine, and also, that you’re not doing this on an empty stomach.

You’ll find that those two things really amp up the shakiness of your hand. Your left hand’s already going to be shaky because you don’t really use it for this purpose. Especially when you’re working on such a small area, just a little bit of shakiness it just going to ruin everything.


*Another trick is to move your right hand in a way that makes it easier for your left hand to do this. When you’re doing a design with a brush . As you’re working on whatever you’re doing, just move your hand in the position that helps your left hand to be as comfortable as possible, to get that design down. I just hold it like a pen and take your time. That’s all it really is just a lot of practice and having your right hand help you left hand a lot while you’re doing that.

(See on 0:60 – 1:35 of the video)


*Another thing when it comes to nail art, You’ll surely love to use acrylic paints when your painting. When you’re using acrylic paints, the options are really endless. You just have a lot more leeway in the things that you can do in your nail art.

(See on 1:40 – 1:48 of the video)


*Another trick that you would definitely love to do, instead of using the brushes that you’ll get in your nail kit when you’re doing a very thin, long line on your nail and you want it to be really straight, Instead of using fake bristles, use your own hair, it lays down on the nail better it just gives a cleaner line. 

Take a little bit of hair, just to the desired width of the line that you want. Just look around for a nice little piece. This one looks good. Snip it off. Don’t worry, it’ll grow back. Then tape it on to the end, while trying to keep them all together. Tape it onto the end of one of your other brushes. 

Once you have your hair on your brush, you can take scissors and just make sure that all the ends are the same length. Just chop them off, then you have your little liner brush. You get the tiniest, nicest little lines out of it.  

(See on 1:55 – 3:25 of the video)

All pictures courtesy of Screen captures from the Youtube Video

Thank you, Howcast   for sharing this awesome video!

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