Thrifty District: Paint Your Own Nails
At the minimum, you need nail clippers (I prefer Revlon, but you can get ... if you use that undercoat, it’s important to move pretty swiftly to apply a thin, even coat so you don’t have globs of paint on your fingers that wrinkle and rub off.
How To Give Yourself Paint-Splattered Jackson Pollock Nails
Why not freshen up your nail game — and/or document your Jackson Pollock/Abstract Expressionism fandom — with this DIY manicure that mimics the effect of spattered paint ... thinner to thin the solution if necessary, or, if you are using acrylic ...
HOW TO: Paint Your Nails With These 5 Steps
That color can stain! Without a basecoat, you’re going to wind up with yellow nails ... acrylic paint, after all – the new layers reactivate the layers underneath. Think of these as oil paints – the thicker the layers, the longer it will take ...
To keep nail heads from rusting, countersink, fill, and then paint
In repainting my summer house in Plymouth, I noticed the nails in my wood trim are rusting. How can I prevent that? Can I paint ... condition if you could get it off. Or, simply screw a thin layer of acrylic over the graphic instead of using polyurethane.
Ceramic tile can be painted
Any ceramic tile can be painted, whether it's old or new. The most important thing is to make sure the tile is perfectly clean. Many people ignore the instructions on paint cans. If you take a ... you need to use mineral spirits or paint thinner to clean ...