Feeling artsy? We teamed up with Nail Swag to bring famous artwork, to your nails! Piet Mondrian was a dutch painter who is known for his cubism-inspired artwork (he actually coined the term neo-plasticism) composed of mostly black, green, yellow, and blue cubes. Little did he know, his influential technique makes for a fabulous manicure. There's just the right amount of color and with the right tools, it's easy to do.
Click through for the step-by-step video!
White nail polish
Black, blue, red, & yellow nail stripers
Top coat and base coat
Nail polish remover and Q-Tips
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1. File + buff
2. Apply base coat
3. Apply 2 coats of white nail polish
4. With a black striper, paint vertical and horizontal lines (in no particular pattern)
5. With blue, red and yellow stripers, fill in selective squares
6. Apply top coat
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