DIY- Newspaper Print Manicure

Hola chicas,
How awesome are these nails? Best thing about it is that you do not have to go to a professional, it is extremely easy to do on your own. I am here to help with a step by step tutorial with pictures included.

Before anything here’s a list of all the items you will need for this manicure.

* White or light gray nail polish is preferable but really any light color polish will do
*Clear nail polish
* Rubbing alcohol
* Scissors
*A cup or a container to dip your nails in
*Nail polish remover and cotton balls in case things get messy

Now you are ready to begin!

***Make sure your nails are clean, nicely filed and painted with a clear base before starting.

Step 1: Find a page in the newspaper with minimal photos and cut small sections out,  the horoscope is great for this project

Step 2: Two coats of white (or whichever color you chose) nail polish and allow it to dry


Step 3: Pour some alcohol into your cup or container and dip your finger in for 30 seconds

Step 4: Quickly place the newspaper portion on top of your nail and press down for 40 seconds


Step 5: Remove the newspaper



Step 6: Apply clear polish over the print

***Make sure you apply the clear top coat before moving on the next hand otherwise the print will fade if alcohol touches it.

And there you have it, an awesome newspaper print manicure. I hope you enjoyed this DIY post.


Have a blessed week lovelies ❤

“Life is full of beauty. Notice it. Notice the bumble bee, the small child, and the smiling faces. Smell the rain, and feel the wind. Live your life to the fullest potential, and fight for your dreams.” ~Ashley Smith

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