Welcome to my first ever tutorial! I usually never do tutorials before, but ever since I added acrylic nails on myself, I have been on such a nail art and polish kick. I've been constantly watching videos, pinning images of nail art into my Pinterest and following lots of nail artists in Instagram. I always love the stiletto nail shape because it is fierce, plus I miss having my long nails. I feel like my real nails take forever to grow and when I got it in the desired shape, it would eventually tear up at the corners between the edge of my fingers. Plus, my nails are weak, so it is not strong enough to be long. I used to have acrylic nails before in high school, and I still have the set just sitting around my shelves. Looking at it, I decided to bust it out and use it again. At each passing time, I feel like I am improving my "skills" with using acrylics. (Probably because I am Vietnamese? *Bad joke) It is important to have my nails did, because it is a great way of expressing myself and wearing really cool colors/designs on your fingertips. It's the only way I could get color in my wardrobe at work, since my workplace is strictly black, white and grays.
Anyway, beginning of this spring, I was rocking the ombre nails a lot. It's so much fun and a lot easier than you think. Of course, looking through YouTube, this was the most helpful video on how to do your nails ombre.
Now, here's my take on achieving the ombre nail art.