These are done on a red base, followed by big black spots done with a nail art skinny brush, small white spots on top of that done with a skinny brush, an even smaller blob of grey on top of the white, and then a few teeny black dots in the center of it all.
Keys for a Successful Pattern (of any kind) on Nails:
- Keep the pattern the same size on each nail regardless of the size of the nail.
- You can see I fell victim to this on my left hand's pinky where the center spot is smaller than the neighboring nail's dots.
- Go off the edges.
- A border of your base color around each nail is probably going to be a dead giveaway that something's off with your pattern.
- Avoid sticking to the center.
- Ex. If your pattern is polka dots, avoid constantly putting a dot in the center of each nail and basing your pattern off of that placement. This rule harks back to the previous one--don't be afraid of your pattern falling off the edge of your nail.