Tutorial: Neon Splatter Nails

Yesterday I promised you a tutorial for splatter neon nails and today I'm publishing it. This tutorial is easy, but a bit time consuming, because you have to wait for polish to dry.

What you will need:
- polishes of your choise
- dotting tool
- tweezers
- transparent folder

Step 1: Take transparent folder and polish of your choise and put drops of polish on a folder. (The folder was transparent, but I used white paper beneath for the tutorial, so it will be easier to me to take a photo, that's why the background is white.)
Step 2: Take a dotting tool and make patterns from dots. You can do bigger or smaller patterns (I made bigger for my thumbs).

Step 3: Repeat step 2 with other polishes. You can use as many colors as you want. I decided to use 5 neon shades. Then wait for patterns to be completely dry.  

Step 4: Paint your nails with color of your decision. I used white, because my patterns were neon. Wait that the polish is dry, before applying patterns.   

Step 5: When the patterns on the folder are completely dry, remove them from folder. You can do that so, that you curve the folder or you can pull it over the edge of the table (I hope this is understabdable). If the polish is completely dry, the patterns will be easy to remove.  

Step 6: Place a pattern with tweezers on your nail. When you're going to place a pattern, push it with your fingers down, so it will stay on place. I actually noticed, that it was easier for me to place a pattern with fingers, but you can decide on your own, how you're going to do it. 
Step 7: Repeat the step 6 with a pattern in any other color. You can add as many patterns as you want.

The step 8 is to apply a top coat over your design to protect it. And in the end your manicure can look like this:

My advice is that you really wait that the polish on a folder drys completely. I didn't wait long enough, so I had problems with removing patterns from a folder. There were also visible my finger prints, but top coat saved that problem. Also wait for base polish to be dry, it will be easier to work. I know, that can be time consuming, but the final result is amazing. 

I hope you like this tutorial. Let me know, if you're going to try to do this manicure.