Nail Art: Square

I bought some new nail art tools (mini brushes and striping tape) and I just couldn't wait to try them out! I'm very satisfied with the results, the little squares turned out totally adorable. I chose to use the striping tape as a guide to make squares and instead of leaving them on my nails, I removed them to show a clear white line underneath.

What kind of designs do you do one your nails?

After doing a few nail art, I see that I tend to gravitate towards geometric and symmetric styles; I wonder what that means? I'm square? Next time I'll have to try something a little more dramatic. For now, here's what I'm sporting these days.



Blanc by


Bikini so teeny by


Little black dress by Ceramic Glaze

Honolulu hibiscus by Ceramic Glaze

It's totally karma by Sephora by OPI



Nail Art

Striping Tape

Nail Art Detailer Brush by Sally Hansen


Apply 2 coats of white nail polish.


Put striping tape as shown below.


Apply colors randomly.


Remove stripping tape and add a top coat.


Sally Hansen nail art tool kit


: Personally, I like the small size, but then again, I like all my tools small. They're easy to use and seem durable. The brush hair is soft and holds well together for precise designs.


: The only thing I don't like is the orange color of the dotting tool, but that doesn't affect it's functionality.

My rating




: This review was not sponsored. I bought the product myself and gave my honest opinion.