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3 mostly used nail art tools that is made by using home products

Nail art tools are the need of every girl who love to decorate their nails. But if i tell you that all nail art tools can be easily made up by using all common home products. Yeah! it is true, now you can make your own nail art tools at home and
save your money. Three common nail art tools that are being used by many of us are as follows:

  • Dotting tool
  • Nail art pen
  • Rinestone picker 
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Dotting tool


Dotting tool is the very useful and important nail art tool. Many types of dotting tools are available in market. But, you can make your own dotting tool by using daily use home products such as bobby pins and cotton bud. Just drip few drops on hard surface and pick it with the help of bobby pins or cotton bud and make dotts on your nails. For making small dots one can use toothpick. 
Tip: Don't take much of your nail color on cotton bud or bobby pin as it will splendid on all your nail and don't dry early. 

Nail Art Pen


Nail art pen is the very useful tool that is used for making small patterns and flowers on nails. Nail art pen can be easily made up with your old eye liner brush, or you can also use toothpick tip for making small patterns and flowers. You can also use small tip nail art brush for making small designs on your nails. 
Tip: clean your eyeliner brush with hot water and liquid soap to make perfect and neat design on your nails. 

Rinestone picker


Rinestone picker tool provide ease to the nail artist to pick small rinestones and pearls to decorate their nails. Most of us don't get rinestone picker from our nearest shop, so don't worry as you can make your own rinestone picker by using home product. Every one has a pencil or white color pencil at home just melt the tip with the help of candle and pick rinestones as much as you can. 
Tip: You can also use straw as rinestone picker, but i recommend to take small straws and cut their ends vertically. 
All these tools are used by many of us. I hope this article will be helpful for you and you can make your own nail art tool. If you want to know that how you can make further nail art tools at home than comment below. 

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