How to make evil eye nails

When 10 fingers feature 10 evil eyes, two hands become the focal point in every situation. Unique and even a bit odd, this evil eye nail design is certain to draw attention. Experience isn't required to create this look; novices will gain experience dotting and outlining while creating interesting nail art.
Prior to painting the evil eye design on nails, select a light base color, such as nude or pink. The light nail color will make the evil eye design a more prominent feature of the manicure. Consider painting the tips of nails black to draw even more attention to the fingers.
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Materials
- White precision gel nail paint
- Fine precision brush
- Blue gel nail paint, such as Canni #611
- Black precision gel nail paint
- Dotting tool
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Instructions
1. Paint a white semi-circle at the base of each nail with a fine precision brush.
2. Fill in the semi-circles with white nail paint, using the fine precision brush. The white semi-circle will serve as the cornea of the eye.
3. Allow the paint to dry. Clean the fine precision brush.
4. Dip the dotting tool in blue gel nail paint. Place a dot of paint in the center of each white semi-circle. The blue dot will serve as the iris of the eye.
5. Allow the paint to dry.
6. Clean the dotting tool, and dip it in black gel nail paint.
7. Place a black dot in the center of each blue dot. The black dot will serve as the pupil of each eye.
8. Dip the fine precision brush in black gel nail paint. Trace the sides and top of the white semi-circle to add more depth to the eye.
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9. Allow the paint to dry.
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