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Fancy getting into the footy spirit but not sure how? These Brazil flag nails are sure to impress, plus they couldn't be easier to recreate with our simple step-by-step!
The World Cup excitment is in full swing, and what better way to get involved in the fun than with these brilliant World Cup-inspired Brazil flag nails?
Whether you're throwing a footy party, heading down to the pub or just enjoying the World Cup spirit from the comfort of your own sofa with the family, these nails are sure to be a hit.
And the best thing? They're so easy to recreate yourself, even if you're not a nail art expert! Just follow our simple step-by-step and your nails will be World Cup ready in no time at all. What you'll need: Base coat Green nail varnish Dotting tool (or a hair grip!) Yellow nail varnish (the brighter the better) Blue nail varnish Top coat
Give nails a base coat and then paint all nails green.
Using a dotting tool, mark out where you'd like the yellow chevron to start, in a triangular shape at the tip of the nail. Make sure you leave enough room to do a blue chevron inside it too.
Fill in the dotted area with a bright yellow, using the dots as your guide. Keep this yellow layer quite thin so it won't be gloopy/will be easier and quicker to dry.
Follow step 2 again and this time dot out a smaller triangular area using a bright blue. Fill in, allow to dry and finish with a top coat for an extra glossy look.
If you’re feeling adventurous, change the blue triangle chevron for a semi-circle and paint a white horizontal line through it to create the Brazilian flag.
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