How to do watermelons on your nails

Pastel nail polish is an easy way to add a touch of chic to your overall look. But who says muted pastels have to be boring? Kick up these light colors a notch by trying out these fun watermelon nails.
There's no need for involved or intricate designs. By just adding a few stripes and dots, your nails will be transformed into this playful fruit. Check out the instructions and video to see how you can create this nail design yourself. It's a fun look for a pool party or way to have one last summer hurrah.
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Materials
- Pink nail polish
- White nail polish
- Nail polish brush
- Light green nail polish
- Slightly darker green nail polish
- Dotting tool
- Black nail polish
- Top coat
Instructions
1. Paint all your nails with pink nail polish and allow the polish to dry.
2. Paint a stripe of white polish around the bottom of your nails and up along the sides of your nails. Stop where your nail extends over the tip of your finger. Allow the polish to dry.
3. Apply a stripe of light green nail polish below the white nail polish applied in the previous step. Allow the polish to dry.
4. Add dots of slightly darker green nail polish to the light green polish using a dotting tool. The green portion of the design should now resemble the skin of a watermelon.
5. Add three black dots to each nail, just above the white polish, using a dotting tool. These dots should resemble seeds. Allow the polish to dry.
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6. Apply top coat over the whole nail to seal in the design. Allow the top coat to dry.
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