Krishna Janmashtami Nails – Peacock Feather Nail Art Tutorial Using Drag Marble Technique!

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Happy Janmashtami!! ūüôŹūüôŹūüôŹ

Janmashtami is the day Bal Krishna is worshipped or Krishna in his infant form is worshipped. A naughty baby who would exasperate his mother no end, Krishna has been a charmer since childhood and known to win the hearts of everyone he meets. A statue of baby Krishna is placed in a swing decorated with flowers and soft pillows with richly decorated cushions and women folk sing to him, offer him sweets and pray to him on this day. The festival is celebrated with much pomp and splendour all over India and crowds of people throng Krishna temples to worship the dark Lord.

Krishna is said to have been born 5200 years ago and he is the most popular and also the most powerful incarnation of Lord Vishnu, who is said to have been born to free the Earth from all evil. Cursed that he could never be a king, Krishna is responsible for the making of kings and their empires. His ready-wit, his cunning and at times even his manipulation is a lesson of learning for people. Dark as the night, Krishna (Krsna) is named so as his name means ‘dark’. His discourse with Arjuna, the third Pandava just before the war of Mahabharata gave the Hindus one of their most sacred texts, the Bhagvad Gita. Dressed in a yellow loin-cloth, with a flute to his lips, standing with one leg crossed over the other at the ankles, Lord Krishna is compassionate, all-knowing and the embodiment of¬†Dharma¬†or righteousness.

Krishna Janmashtami Nails – Peacock Feather Nail Art Tutorial Using Drag Marble Technique!

While the Lord wears many ornaments, his constant accessory is a peacock feather in his hair. Have you ever wondered why Lord Krishna wears a peacock feather? Does the feather have some deeper meaning or significance? And why only a peacock feather? Why not any other feather or some ornament? There have been many tales surrounding the reason Lord Krishna wears a peacock feather. Let’s take a look at some of them:

1. A symbol of purity

Lord Krishna had mainly 8 wives known as the Ashtabharya and had 16,000 junior wives with whom, he did not share any marital relations. Also, Krishna is known to be the Askalitha Brahmacharya, one who is eternally a Brahmacharya as despite being married his aim was never any sensual pleasures and only the betterment of the world. Thus, Krishna is considered to be completely pure and free from any sensual desire. Peacocks in India are considered to be a symbol of purity. There is a mythological belief (albeit false) that peacocks do not use sex for reproduction but rather, the peahen drinks the tears of the peacock to conceive. Thus, Krishna is as pure as a peacock and that is what the feather signifies.

2. The colour of nature

A peacock feather is said to have all the 7 colours of nature and it appears bluish in the day and black at night. Ether, which covers all of us also appears blue by daytime and black by night. Lord Krishna, also called the dark skinned one is represented by both these colours. Thus, Krishna wears the peacock which symbolises the entire range of colours humans are made of and that each one of us a part of the almighty. As God, he is formless but to mortals, he appears Blue by day and Black by night, making him just like a peacock feather.

3. His love for dance

There’s a story that says that once, Lord Krishna decided to play the flue in the forest. So melodious was his music that the peacocks were enamoured and began to dance with him. All beings of the forest were completely spell bound. The peacocks danced till they grew tired but Lord Krishna went on dancing for days. Finally, when he stopped dancing, the spell was broken. But the peacocks were so full of happiness and gratitude that the king of peacocks went up to Lord Krishna and as gratitude, asked him to accept him feathers as they were his most prized possession. He dropped some feathers on the ground and Lord Krishna accepted his humble offering. Since then, Lord Krishna always wears a peacock feather in his hair.

Krishna Janmashtami Nails – Peacock Feather Nail Art Tutorial Using Drag Marble Technique!

4. The rain God

Peacocks love rain and dance during the monsoons. The sight of a sky completely covered by dark clouds is enjoyed by them and makes them happy. Similarly, Krishna being dark-skinned resembles the dark, rain-heavy clouds. When the peacocks see Lord Krishna, he reminds them of rain and thus, makes them very happy. Also, his music coupled with his dark skin helps them dance better. thus as gratitude, they offer him their feathers which he happily accepts and places in his hair.

While these are some of the most popular concepts, there is also the concept of Maya or Illusion that is promoted. According to a Quora user, this is why Krishna wears a peacock feather in his hair:

“The main teaching of Lord Krishna is that our whole life and the whole manifested universe is His ‘Maya’. He continuously tells His great disciple Arjuna to realize His presence underlying seemingly unrelated events and various living organisms populating the universe.

Even though Lord Krishna also manifested inside His own ‘Maya’, He was never controlled or disturbed by its powers.

The feathers of peacock exemplify Lord’s Maya in a manner which human mind can try to grasp. The brilliant colors of peacock do not arise from the correspondingly colored pigments. Instead, they arise from the phenomenon called ‘structural coloration’. The light waves entering the different thickness of keratin layers on peacock feathers get out of phase and undergo interference. The resulting light wave patterns give the beautiful play of colors which the human eyes see. The ‘actual’ color is just deep brown pigment which occurs in the background of these keratin layers.

Thus, Lord Krishna wears a brilliant example of His own Maya in His crown and stimulates our intelligence to understand the fact that the whole universe is a diverse manifestation of one single divinity. Thus, we are also supposed to understand the nature of Maya continuously during our life so that we do not get carried away and suffer due to its influence. If we also start wearing this idea in our mind, like Krishna wears its symbolically in His crown, then we can also enjoy this life in the manner Lord Krishna wants us to live.

However, only the divine being Himself can fully know His intentions.”

Article source: https://www.india.com/news/india/do-you-know-why-lord-krishna-wears-a-peacock-feather-on-his-crown-1430810/

Krishna Janmashtami Nails – Peacock Feather Nail Art Tutorial Using Drag Marble Technique!

Mor Punkh/ Peacock Feather Nail Art Tutorial:

https://youtube.com/shorts/rdOPY_qM_0c?feature=share

Products used are Gel Nail Polishes from Bluesky India:
Bluesky base coat, no wipe top coat, 63910, Tan, 80579, 239, A14.
Nail art brush

Which of the above theories do you think is the correct one? Or do you know of some other tale? Let us know in comments!

Other Janmashtami related nails done by Creative Nails:

https://creativenails.in/2017/08/16/shri-krishna-janmastami-nails/

https://creativenails.in/2016/08/25/sri-krishna-janmastami-nail-art-2016/

https://creativenails.in/2015/09/04/shri-krishna-janmastami-nail-design/

https://creativenails.in/2015/09/03/bansuri-mor-pankh-nail-design/

https://creativenails.in/2016/01/18/udupi-paryaya-nail-art/

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Pride Day Nail Art Inspired By Pop It Fidget Toy – Rainbow Nails!

Happy Pride Day to LGBTQ community ūüíĖ

Pride Day Nail Art Inspired By Pop It Fidget Toy – Rainbow Nails!

LGBTQ Pride, byname Pride, annual celebration, usually in June in the United States and sometimes at other times in other countries, of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) identity. Gay Pride commemorates the Stonewall riots, which began in the early hours of June 28, 1969, after police raided the Stonewall Inn bar in New York City’s Greenwich Village neighbourhood. Gay Pride typically involves a series of events and is often capped by a parade involving marchers and colourful floats from the LGBTQ community and its supporters.

Before the Stonewall riots, LGBTQ individuals had generally not broadcast their sexual orientation or identity, but the event galvanized the gay community and sparked greater political activism (seegay rights movement). In 1970, on the first anniversary of the riots, several hundred demonstrators marched along Greenwich Village’s Christopher Street, which runs past the Stonewall, in what many consider the first Gay Pride march (though other commemorations were also held that year). Early Gay Pride events (often called Freedom Day or Gay Liberation Day) were often sparsely attended and encountered protests, particularly because of the outlandish costumes that some marchers wore. In 1978 what is perhaps the most-recognized symbol of Gay Pride made its debut at the San Francisco event: the rainbow flag. The flag, with its eight colours (sexuality symbolized by hot pink, life by red, healing by orange, the Sun by yellow, nature by green, art by blue, harmony by indigo, and spirit by violet), was designed by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker and has been adopted worldwide. The following year a six-colour flag, which is in common use today, appeared (with red, orange, yellow, green, blue [harmony replaced art as symbolized by blue in the flag], and purple/violet), partially because of the unavailability of some of the fabric colours.

Pride Day Nail Art Inspired By Pop It Fidget Toy – Rainbow Nails!

The early demonstrations often focused simply on participants‚Äô being proud to be out of the closet, on individual freedom, and on the¬†diversity¬†of the LGBTQ community. But by the 1980s‚ÄĒparticularly after the spread of¬†AIDS‚ÄĒpolitical and social activism had become central to Pride events, and many of the marchers carried placards that focused on the social issues of the day. As acceptance of the LGBTQ community increased among the straight community, politicians sympathetic to the views of the LGBTQ community and gay-friendly businesses and corporations began participating in the marches. The total number of people participating‚ÄĒboth gay and straight‚ÄĒmushroomed, and Pride events were held in many part of the globe, including cities where they sometimes encountered stiff resistance (e.g., in¬†Jerusalem,¬†Moscow, and¬†Warsaw). In cities such as¬†Amsterdam,¬†Chicago,¬†London,¬†Mexico City,¬†New York,¬†Paris,¬†San Francisco, and¬†S√£o Paulo, Pride events usually attract several hundred thousand to more than a million celebrants annually; indeed, it was estimated that more than two million individuals attended the 2007 Europride event in Madrid.

Content source: https://www.britannica.com/topic/Gay-Pride

Video tutorial:

https://youtube.com/shorts/L6EIP4Pa_Fk?feature=share

The above nail art idea is inspired by Pop It Fidget Toy!

Pride Day Nail Art Inspired By Pop It Fidget Toy – Rainbow Nails!

Link to few other drag marble video tutorials:
Butterfly Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/PLt6P8c0KdU
Peacock Feather Dragmarble Nail Art :  https://youtu.be/Alb7SLls7Xw
Fire Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/Sk96g4XJFpA
Simple Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/eBm2J9HCgds
Simple Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/4O-vStHyFqg
Swirl Nail Art For Holi : https://youtu.be/iVHFH8Tvnyg
Basic Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/oW5ascqc-tQ
Short Nail Easy Floral Drag Marble : https://youtu.be/7thmE01R1zU

Link to fluid art video tutorial:
1. https://youtu.be/jx9uPlx9RWs
2. https://youtu.be/AHfJc_Hs3e8
3. https://youtu.be/YEqrxmZEieo

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Glow In Dark Pumpkin Halloween Nail Art – 2020!

Hello!

Here is the halloween nails by Creative Nails!

Trick or treat?! What do you think!

Products used:
Bluesky Gel Polish white, 80592, DC84, 80579, 216
Rosalind black painting gel
Painting brush
Glow in dark powder

Here is the pumpkin video tutorial:

Happy Halloween!! ūüéÉ

Link to few drag marble video tutorials:
Butterfly Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/PLt6P8c0KdU
Peacock Feather Dragmarble Nail Art :  https://youtu.be/Alb7SLls7Xw
Fire Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/Sk96g4XJFpA
Simple Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/eBm2J9HCgds
Simple Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/4O-vStHyFqg
Swirl Nail Art For Holi : https://youtu.be/iVHFH8Tvnyg
Basic Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/oW5ascqc-tQ
Short Nail Easy Floral Drag Marble : https://youtu.be/7thmE01R1zU

Link to fluid art video tutorial:
1. https://youtu.be/jx9uPlx9RWs
2. https://youtu.be/AHfJc_Hs3e8
3. https://youtu.be/YEqrxmZEieo

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Royal Golden Mirror Block Nails Using Gel Nail Polish And Chrome Powder!

Hey Lovelies!

Love chrome nails?

Royal Golden Mirror Block Nails Using Gel Nail Polish And Chrome Powder!

In this post I have shown 2 methods to create chrome powder blocks.

Method 1:

1. After applying color gel wipe the sticky layer of the gel polish (or apply matte top coat) and apply no wipe top coat to create the block of needed size and shape.
2. Brush the chrome powder and seal it with no wipe top coat. Make sure the brand you are using an hold the chrome powder.

Method 2:


1. After applying color gel apply no wipe top coat
2. Brush the chrome powder
3. Create the block of desired shape on chrome with no wipe top coat and cure in lamp
4. Wipe out the excess chrome powder

Please note: While doing on natural nails follow the nail preparation steps and apply base coat before the color coat.
Each layer of gel polish has to be cured for 60 seconds in LED and 120 Seconds in UV lamp.

Here is YouTube tutorial link for your reference

Products used are gel polishes from Bluesky and Rosalind.

Bluesky base coat
Bluesky no wipe top coat
Bluesky rusty gold chrome powder
Bluesky DC 115
Rosalind Spider gel black
Nail art brush
Eye shadow applicator
Tissue
Cleanser wipes / Clinical spirit

Royal Golden Mirror Block Nails Using Gel Nail Polish And Chrome Powder!

Link to few other drag marble video tutorials:
Butterfly Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/PLt6P8c0KdU
Peacock Feather Dragmarble Nail Art :  https://youtu.be/Alb7SLls7Xw
Fire Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/Sk96g4XJFpA
Simple Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/eBm2J9HCgds
Simple Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/4O-vStHyFqg
Swirl Nail Art For Holi : https://youtu.be/iVHFH8Tvnyg
Basic Drag Marble Nail Art : https://youtu.be/oW5ascqc-tQ

Link to fluid art video tutorial:
1. https://youtu.be/jx9uPlx9RWs
2. https://youtu.be/AHfJc_Hs3e8
3. https://youtu.be/YEqrxmZEieo

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Portrait On Nails – Ranveer Singh!

Ranveer Singh Bhavnani¬†(born 6 July 1985) is an Indian actor who appears in¬†Hindi films. The recipient of¬†several awards, including four¬†Filmfare Awards, he is among the highest-paid actors in the country and has featured in¬†Forbes India‘s¬†Celebrity 100¬†list since 2012.

After completing a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University Bloomington, Singh returned to India to pursue a career in film. He briefly worked in advertising and made his acting debut in 2010 with a leading role in Yash Raj Films‘ romantic comedy Band Baaja Baaraat. The film emerged as a critical and commercial success, earning him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut. He gained praise for playing a melancholic thief in the drama Lootera (2013), and established himself with his collaborations with Sanjay Leela Bhansali, beginning with the romance Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela (2013).

Singh gained critical acclaim for portraying¬†Bajirao I¬†and¬†Alauddin Khilji¬†in Bhansali’s period dramas¬†Bajirao Mastani¬†(2015) and¬†Padmaavat¬†(2018), respectively. He won the¬†Filmfare Award for Best Actor¬†for the former and the¬†Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor¬†for the latter. These along with the action film¬†Simmba¬†(2018), in which he played the title character, rank among the¬†highest-grossing Indian films. He won another Filmfare Award for Best Actor for playing an aspiring rapper in¬†Zoya Akhtar‘s musical drama¬†Gully Boy¬†(2019). Singh is married to his frequent co-star¬†Deepika Padukone.

Article source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ranveer_Singh

Portrait On Nails – Ranveer Singh

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Portrait of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi On Nails!

NAMO!

Narendra Damodardas Modi born 17 September 1950) is an Indian politician serving as the 14th and current Prime Minister of India since 2014. He was the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014 and is the Member of Parliament for Varanasi. Modi is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a Hindu nationalist volunteer organisation. He is the first prime minister outside of the Indian National Congress to win two consecutive terms with a full majority and the second to complete five years in office after Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Born to a Gujarati family in Vadnagar, Modi helped his father sell tea as a child and has said he later ran his own stall. He was introduced to the RSS at the age of eight, beginning a long association with the organisation. Modi left home after finishing high-school in part due to an arranged marriage to Jashodaben Chimanlal, which he abandoned and publicly acknowledged only many decades later. Modi travelled around India for two years and visited a number of religious centres before returning to Gujarat. In 1971 he became a full-time worker for the RSS. During the state of emergency imposed across the country in 1975, Modi was forced to go into hiding. The RSS assigned him to the BJP in 1985 and he held several positions within the party hierarchy until 2001, rising to the rank of general secretary.

Modi was appointed Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2001 due to Keshubhai Patel‘s failing health and poor public image following the earthquake in Bhuj. Modi was elected to the legislative assembly soon after. His administration has been considered complicit in the 2002 Gujarat riots or otherwise criticised for its handling of it. A Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team found no evidence to initiate prosecution proceedings against Modi personally. His policies as chief minister, credited with encouraging economic growth, have received praise. His administration has been criticised for failing to significantly improve health, poverty and education indices in the state.

Modi led the BJP in the 2014 general election which gave the party a majority in the Indian lower house of parliament, the Lok Sabha, the first time for any single party since 1984. Modi’s administration has tried to raise foreign direct investment in the Indian economy and reduced spending on healthcare and social welfare programmes. Modi has attempted to improve efficiency in the bureaucracy; he has centralised power by abolishing the Planning Commission. He began a high-profile sanitation campaign and weakened or abolished environmental and labour laws. He initiated a controversial demonetisation of high-denomination banknotes.

Following his party’s victory in the 2019 general election, his administration revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. His administration also introduced the Citizenship Amendment Act, which resulted in widespread protests across the country. Described as engineering a political realignment towards right-wing politics, Modi remains a figure of controversy domestically and internationally over his Hindu nationalist beliefs and his role during the 2002 Gujarat riots, cited as evidence of an exclusionary social agenda.

Article Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narendra_Modi

Here’s a nail art in honour of India’s most loved leader, Modi Ji.

Portrait of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi On Nails!

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Happy Valentine’s Day Nail Art – 2020!

Hello all!

Creative Nails wishes you happy Valentine’s day! Here is the Valentine’s day nail art for you. ‚ėļÔłŹ

Happy Valentine’s Day Nail Art – 2020
Happy Valentine’s Day Nail Art – 2020

Let’s love and care for each and every person near us and make the world beautiful ‚̧ԳŹ

Valentine’s week:

  1. Rose Day: 7th February
  2. Propose Day: 8th February
  3. Chocolate Day: 9th February
  4. Teddy Day: 10th February
  5. Promise Day: 11th February
  6. Hug Day: 12th February
  7. Kiss Day: 13th February
  8. Valentine’s Day: 14th February

Happy Valentine’s Week!!

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Valentine‚Äôs Week ‚Äď Hug Day Nail Art 2020!

Sometimes, all u need is a silent hug that says “you matter to me”.

This time I have kept hug day nails very simple which shows the happiness. Hope you all can feel it in nail art.

Valentine‚Äôs Week ‚Äď Hug Day Nail Art 2020

Check my previous posts for other Valentine‚Äôs day related designs. ūüėä

Valentine’s week:

  1. Rose Day: 7th February
  2. Propose Day: 8th February
  3. Chocolate Day: 9th February
  4. Teddy Day: 10th February
  5. Promise Day: 11th February
  6. Hug Day: 12th February
  7. Kiss Day: 13th February
  8. Valentine’s Day: 14th February

Happy Valentine’s Week!!

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Valentine’s Week – Teddy Day Nail Art 2020!

Hey!

Teddy bears are loved by most of the girls. Maybe that’s why it is included in Valentine week’s celebration.

Here is Creative Nails’s Teddy day nail art for you.

Valentine’s Week – Teddy Day Nail Art

Hope you liked the design. Do let me know in comments ūüėä

Check my previous posts for other Valentine‚Äôs day related designs. ūüėä

Valentine’s week:

  1. Rose Day: 7th February
  2. Propose Day: 8th February
  3. Chocolate Day: 9th February
  4. Teddy Day: 10th February
  5. Promise Day: 11th February
  6. Hug Day: 12th February
  7. Kiss Day: 13th February
  8. Valentine’s Day: 14th February

Happy Valentine’s Week!!

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Valentine’s Week – Propose Day Nails 2020!

Hey lovelies!

When your guy kneels down and holds your hand feel special with perfect nails!

Valentine’s Week – Propose Day Nails

Aren’t this gorgeous ūüėć?

Valentine’s week:

  1. Rose Day: 7th February
  2. Propose Day: 8th February
  3. Chocolate Day: 9th February
  4. Teddy Day: 10th February
  5. Promise Day: 11th February
  6. Hug Day: 12th February
  7. Kiss Day: 13th February
  8. Valentine’s Day: 14th February

Check out my previous post for rose day nails!

Happy Valentine’s Week!!

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