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5 Hot nail art designs without using any tool

Do you want to make perfect and hot nail art designs without using any nail art tool? It feel bit difficult but in real it is very easy to make perfect nail art designs on your nails. Different nail art tools are available in market that can be used for designing different patterns on nails, but what if someone don't afford it? Here i come with a solution to it. 

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In this article i am going to share 5 hot nail art designs that can be made without using  any nail art tool. For making the designs i choose daily use products that are easily available in everyone's home. Such as i use cotton bud as a dotting tool, Toothpick as nail art pen, and use nail polish remover instead of liquid nail tape. 

5 no tool nail art designs 

 I am not going to use the professional tools but using the alternatives that are easily available in our home. 10 no tool nail art designs are as follows:

This nail art design is just perfect and hot too. I use toothpick to draw flowers and petals. Three main nail colors are used in this nail art design i.e. white, pink, green. To make this design more funky one can use 3d flowers and shimmers. 

This nail art design is perfect for evening parties. I use silver glitter nail color as background and draw small dots with my OPI. Join the dots using toothpick and here it is. A perfect unique nail art design for any event. One can make this nail art on their wedding day too. 

This nail art design is classy. I use OPI Pink nail color and use glitter nail color between the nail, to make a unique look to the nail. This design is perfect for young girls. 
This nail art design is simple yet elegant. You may shocked that this nail art design is made up with just a toothpick. small dots are drawn in different ways on different nails. This is unique nail art design and one can carry it in daily routine. I dont use any base nail color, just the base coat was applied on three fingers.

This design is yet as simple as others and i use cotton bud to make large circles and than fill it by using toothpick. This nail art design is elegant for any occassion.
I hope you guys like these nail art designs. If you have any suggestion and design that can be made without using any nail art tool share on facebook, twitter, Google+. Thankyou!


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