‘Nailed it!’ Teenager’s nails nail art tutorial inspires Instagram user to paint a ‘Naked Statue of Christ’

Posted February 04, 2020 09:36:54It’s time to get your nails done!

The teeny thing about nail art is that it’s a lot of fun!

And, for some kids, it can even be fun to look at the results!

But when it comes to the fun part, nail art has been around for years, but now it’s gaining some new and exciting fans. 

The Teenage Nail Art Tutorial Instagram user @joeypaul_yoshi recently made a video of himself, his girlfriend and their friends working on some nails using his own nails and his girlfriend’s. 

This isn’t the first time a person has created a tutorial for nail art, as the video below was created by a woman with the handle @liz_nails in November 2016.

However, it’s the first to show the results of the technique that are quite interesting, as this teeny tutorial was shared on Instagram by someone called @nailsmithgirl.

This is what @nainsmithgirl did for me.

The only thing missing was my eyelashes!

And, you know, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

The video itself is not too complicated and it’s quite a fun one.

There’s even a bit of music in there too, which is really nice.

Nailsmith Girl’s video has now been viewed nearly two million times.

It’s been liked by more than 3,000 people.

If you want to get some of the basics, this is a good place to start.

Here’s the full tutorial for the technique.

First, you’ll need to cut out a piece of black fabric.

It should be long enough to go across the top of your eyes, but short enough to still fit over your eyelashes.

Next, you can either use a pencil or your finger, or use a sharpie to create a sketch.

Here, I used my finger to make the sketch.

Next, cut out your nails.

I’m using nail polish from your local beauty supply store (although you can make your own with some basic black eyeliner).

Next, carefully cut your nails out of the fabric.

This is tricky as the nails will look pretty sharp, so don’t worry about getting your nails to really look perfect. 

Next, carefully sew the nails together.

You want to start at the bottom of your eyelid, then sew the bottom half of your nail down to the top half.

This will help your nail adhere to your eyelids.

Now, fold the fabric over the nail and then fold it back over the other side.

This way, the top edge of your fabric is at the top and the bottom is at level with your eyelash.

This also makes it easier to get a neat shape when you apply your nail polish.

Next, use your finger to create the sketch using your finger.

This might sound simple, but it’s actually quite a difficult thing to do.

First, you have to make sure you have your nail right on the tip of your finger before you can begin to draw.

Next you have a few options, but if you don’t have the time to draw it, you might want to skip to step 6. 

In this video, I drew the outline of my nail.

You can find the exact same drawing on this website: http://imgur.com/a/yGkPb.

Next I made the sketch by using my finger and then tracing the line. 

I was able to create two different shapes.

I made one where I had two lines, and one where the outline was only one line.

If you’re like me and have a lot more detail to draw, you may want to try drawing both lines.

Once you have the sketch done, you need to apply your polish.

This can be done with a brush, nail polish remover, or with a paintbrush.

The best method for applying the polish is by dipping your finger into a container of nail polish and then holding it in your hand.

If your finger is not long enough, use a nail file.

Once you have applied your polish, you’re ready to use your nails!

First, I did the sketch on my nail with my finger.

This is actually the first step of the nail art process.

You have to hold your finger on the nail while drawing.

Then you should start to get the outline.

You should start drawing in small steps.

As you progress, you should be able to draw an outline of your nails and the nail polish that you’re applying.

Once your nails are painted, you are done!

Now, it seems simple, and it is.

But, the more you paint, the harder it is to keep the line and the shape. 

You can get by painting slowly and smoothly, but when you