Morse Code Nails | Geeks | 40 Great Nail Art Ideas
It’s geek week for 40 Great Nail Art Ideas. I decided to create some Morse code nail art.
I know geeky can mean having a serious fandom about something – as in being a Whovian or a Trekkie. But it also conjures up science, maths and computing and anything technical or complex. And you have to be a little geeky to learn or decipher any sort of code.
I don’t profess to know Morse code, so Google was my friend. The dots and dashes are a random assortment of letters, except for the red ones, which together stand for something. There’s no prize for working it out, but feel free to do so!
I did the black Morse code with a black Barry M Nail Art Pen. I don’t have a red nail art pen, so I used a red fineliner pen. It worked just fine.
I like the idea of these, but they’re not executed very well. They were done in a bit of a rush and they don’t live up to my (over) exacting standards. I’m part of the group and I committed to posting something every week, but I have to say that I am struggling with the theme prompts and I’m not really happy with these.
- Red: two coats of Nella Milano Cabaret Charm
- White: Two coats of Nella Milano Chantilly Cream
- Black Morse code: Barry M Nail Art Pen
- Red Morse code: red fineliner pen
- Top coat: Glisten & Glow HK Girl
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The Nella Milano polishes used in this post were sent to me for review. All views expressed in this post are my own, honest and unbiased opinions.