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June 20, 2017

Gem Nails: DIY Tutorial

Hi!

Recently, I tried these ‘Gem Nails’, which accidentally, without being messed up, look adorable :D

Check them out:

how to do chic Gem Nails for party or festive look: DIY Tutorial
Chic Gem Nails: Best of Party/ Festive look

I call them ‘Gem Nails’ due to two reasons: First is that, I used gems (or Rhinestones actually) to decorate these nails, and second, the colors of these nails are similar to ‘Cadbury Gems’ we used to eat in our childhood (well, I still love eating them, though :P )

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How I made it: The most challenging task was the selection of ‘bold’ and ‘festive’ colors, for a typical gem-look for my nails. I began picking all the bright colors I have, from my nail paint tray, and came up with these best five colors.

Then, I applied a transparent base coat as I always do, and waited for it to dry.

Basically, what I wanted was ‘Rainbow nails’, but god gave us only five finger, right? , so I had to use only five colors, hahaha XD

So, I first arranged the selected colors in the order similar to that of a rainbow. Then, I began applying the nail colors, and quickly pasted the ‘Rhinestones’ to my nails, so that they stick perfectly, and do not chip off. This way, I did all my five nails, and finally, in the end I applied a transparent top coat to ‘secure’ my nail paint.

PRO Tip: Carefully place the gems on your nails, without ruining your nail paint. And remember to be quick, and place the gems on your fingers, before your nail color dries, this will help them stick better.

Confidently carry this party look with a beautiful ring. ENJOY :D

Hope you creative design guys like it! You may please feel free to rate this sketch in comments below and also suggest your intelligent suggestions :)
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June 16, 2017

Woman with 'glittering' eyes, wearing 'Hijab': Pencil Sketch

In the holy and auspicious month of Ramadan, and on the occasion of EID, I am back with a pencil sketch of a woman wearing Islamic ‘hijab’.

What is ‘Hijab’ and why is it worn?
A ‘Hijab’ is a veil, traditionally worn by Muslim women, that covers their hair, neck and upper body.

It is worn by women as a symbol of modesty, and privacy. One of the interesting reason behind wearing is that, it is believed to be ‘the command of The Lord’:  
And say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty: that they should not display their beauty and ornaments, except what (ordinarily) appear thereof.” (24:31) (lines from the Qur’anic verse).
Hijab symbolizes decency, & modesty, and also acts as a source of protection against the exploitation of women. Also, it is believed, that after wearing hijab, one is judged for worth, and not appearance...another plus point!

Here is a pencil sketch of a woman with glittering eyes, wearing hijab:

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Woman with 'glittering' eyes, wearing 'Hijab': Pencil Sketch
Woman with 'glittering' eyes, wearing 'Hijab': Pencil Sketch
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How I made it: It was actually easy one! I began with sketching the basic face structure, which I use to sketch a normal portrait. Then I started sketching ‘those’ eyes. For eyes, I first gave them a very-basic almond shape, and then used it as a base for further details. Then I sharpened my pencils, and gave little-wavy strokes for the eyelashes. After the eyes, I went for the Traditional 'maang-tika'. Only some minute details and it looked perfect! For the veil or hijab, I used the same technique I used to sketch a drapery. Finally, I highlighted the dark parts and gave the look of shadows in some parts on the face. All in all, it was fun, and it wasn’t really time consuming too! I enjoyed sketching hijab for the first time :)
PRO Tip: For sketching hijab, soft pencil strokes should be used, it should be carefully sketched using the same technique we use for drapery.


Ramadan/Ramzan & Eid Mubarak!

Translation: Happy Ramadan & Eid!


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