This Rainbow Dot Nail-Art Tutorial Is Perfect For Pride Month — and Easy to DIY
If you've opted to do your makeup because it makes you feel good or tried a new hairstyle just for fun in the last few weeks, you know the meaning of practicing self-care with beauty. But why just stop there? Painting your nails is another way to partake in a little "me time," let your creativity flow, and, dare we say, boost your happiness.
"Your mani is really such an expression of self and of your mood in that moment," Olive & June founder and CEO Sarah Gibson Tuttle told POPSUGAR. "Having a fresh mani is an immediate pick-me-up. It's part of what makes me feel put together, ready to take on anything, and always brings a smile to my face. Manis can completely shift your mood."
"Painting my nails was always a part of my self-care journey which contributed to my self-love journey," said Nabela Noor, founder and CEO of Zeba. "When you set the time to do something just for yourself, it can have an amazing impact on your confidence. When I am painting my nails, I am giving myself time to celebrate and take care of me. There's something so special about that."
At-home manicures don't have to stop at applying a single colour of polish and calling it a day. If the recent nail trends prove anything, it's that the more colours you use, the better. With that in mind, Tuttle shared one of her favourite mood-boosting nail-art tutorials to try this summer. Learn how to re-create this rainbow dot nail-art method, ahead.