Sunday, 17 January 2016

Tutorial 17: Kite Flying Nails

Good day Friends,

Today's tutorial is for the 'Kite Flying Festival' or as we call in India 'Makar Sankranti'

Makar Sankranti is a festival celebrated in India in the 2nd week of January on 14th or sometimes 15th of January every year.

Scientifically; it is around this time the Sun is known to complete its journey to the Tropic of Capricorn and after this day the Sun begins its Journey Northwards towards the Tropic of CancerAccording to Indian culture after this day begins the sacred or auspicious phase.  

On this day people in India celebrate by Flying Kites of differents sizes, shapes, designs, patterns, colours. The sky is completely filled with colours of the Kites that fly. They eat sweets; especially Laddoos made of Til (Sesame seeds) and Gud/Gul (Jaggery).

TilGul Ladoos
Source: Wikipedia
Sky Filled with Kites
Different Kites in Stores
Traditional Kites

It is celebrated in different parts of India with different names like Lohri, Pongal, Bihu, Uttarayan and many more. The rituals vary from place to place but the aim is to spend time together with friends & relatives and have fun.

Talking about the Tutorial....


1. Nail Polish Shades: Yellow (Shade G03 Canary Yellow by Nail Trend), 

2. Acrylic Colours (Pink, Blue, Orange, Green, Black)
3. Nail Art brush(Liner brush & Detailing brush)
4. Top Coat (Lotus Herbals Nail Enamel: Transparent)
5. Nail polish remover/Acetone
6. Cotton buds


Follow the Stepwise Procedure shown in the Tutorial video.

Hope you were able to follow my tutorial. 

Please do leave in your precious comments.

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