Step By Step Frog Nail Art Tutorial

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Step By Step Frog Nail Art Tutorial

Today's post is a cute little nail art tutorial done by Vriddhi who is an amazing nail artist. Her choice of patterns and color combinations is always beautiful.

Let's get started and learn how to draw a frog on your nails!

Step By Step Frog Nail Art Tutorial


Things you will need:
Products Needed for frog nail art

1. Base Coat [used Luron base coat]
2. Nail polish - soft brown (or whatever background you choose for your frog) [used Luron nail polish, tips & toes 111]
3. Acrylic Paint (if you don't have acrylic paint, you can use nail polish mixed with a little acetone to thin it out)
4. Top Coat
5. Dotting tool (you can use the back of a toothpick if you don't have these)
6. Nail art brush (you can use a 0 number paint brush if you don't have a nail art brush)
Optional: Cuticle oil, quick dry top coat

Apply base coat to keep your nails looking healthy and to protect them from any chemicals in your nail polish. Base coat also helps your nail polish/nail art stay longer.


Step 1. We will create the silhouette of the frog's body


Step By Step Frog Nail Art Tutorial

●For the frog's face, make a horizontal oval with Green acrylic paint (if you have a darker green you can mix a little white to make it lighter).
●For the body, make a vertical oval from the central part of the horizontal oval.
●For legs, just cover the sides of the nails joining the body.
●For eyes, make a big circle and a small circle on face with white acrylic paint.

Step By Step Frog Nail Art Tutorial

Step 2: Adding some detail

● Take green acrylic paint and give an outline on a few parts of the frog - between the face, body and legs.
●Draw tiny dots with black acrylic paint in the white circles for creating the eyes.
●Draw a crown on the head with yellow acrylic paint. Three spokes with dots on the ends to create the crown.

Step By Step Frog Nail Art Tutorial

Step 3: Finishing the details
●Give an outline to the whole frog with black acrylic paint.
●Give a little shade of brownish yellow  on the cheeks and chest of the frog as you can see in the Step 3 picture above.



Step By Step Frog Nail Art Tutorial


Step 4: Seal it all in

●Apply toap coat to seal in the entire design.
●Lastly apply cuticle oil to your cuticles so that your hands remain well kept and you can flaunt your little frog!

You can check out Vriddhi's other nail art work on her social media channels - links given below




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36 comments:

  1. This looks like Keroppi! I've done Keroppi nails before and it's surprisingly easy and such a cute end result!

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    1. Didn't know who Keroppi was, googled it just now, and yes, he does look similar!

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    2. I was also having no idea about Keroppi. And yes so similar👌. Yes they look so cute.😄

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  2. What a cute little frog. He looks exactly like your inspiration!

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    1. Thank you so much. I'm glad you liked it💚.

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  3. What a cute frog and the tutorial makes it look so easy.

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  4. What a happy little frog. My 3.5 year old would go nuts for it.

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  5. This is adorable and such a great step by step tutorial! :)

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  6. This is so cute. It made me smile looking at your illustrations

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    1. Thank you so much🐸. I'm happy to make you happy.
      💚

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  7. Very cute freehanding! I wish I could freehand like that - mine are way too unsteady.

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    2. Thank you😄.
      You can actually.
      Practice mekes perfection😉😄.
      I practice everyday.

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  8. Oh my goodness, this is adorable!

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  9. You make it look so easy! But my hands shake so much when I try to concentrate...I'm too scared to try it. But it looks so cute! <3

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    1. Thanks🐸
      Fight your fear and win.
      This will help you to try this.
      And believe me, it's so easy.💚

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  10. This is absolutely adorable! I love frogs.

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  11. This is so cute! You make it look so easy!

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  12. I love it! I went through a frog phase in high school.

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  13. Wow it's awesome... Mainly tutorial going to help a lot... :)

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  14. It's awesome ����, good going!! Keep it up ����

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  15. Super cute frog! Totally looks like Kerropi!

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