DIY Acrylic – In Depth Nail Tutorials

By Inspirationail

DIY Acrylic - In Depth TutorialsWe’ve been posting in depth tutorials for DIY nails using a variety of techniques including FIMO, aquarium, dried flowers, foil, water marble, stamping, 3D acrylic, decals, sponge, eyeshadow, brushes, tools, DIY polish and piercing. This week we want to take a deeper look at a typically pro-only area… acrylics.

A Growing Trend

Nail art of all shapes and sizes is a growing trend and being endorsed by the likes of designers and celebs alike. You don’t have to be a pro to create acrylic extensions on your nails, but you may have to practise enough to become one! We’ve provided the simplest tutorials we could find covering the most basic elements for those who want to attempt them at home. We encourage you to read up and research before trying this at home.

A big thanks to the talented ladies who created these handy tutorials for us. Be sure to browse their YouTube channels for more great videos.

Do it Yourself Acrylic Nails

DIY Pink & White Acrylic

DIY Curved Acrylic Nails

Make Your Own Coloured Acrylic

Do Your Own Acrylic Fill

Removing Acrylics

School is In Session

We’ve opened a quick and easy nail art school for non-pros to try at home. That doesn’t take away from the pros, if you want it done right the first time, pay someone else to do it! 😉 Be sure to check out some of the other tutorials below while you are here and let us know what else you’d like to see broken down.

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