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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.

Morse code nails
Morse code nails

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!

Morse code nails
Morse code nails

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.

 

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For this manicure I’ve used:
  • 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


All manicure images are copyright to Kerruticles unless otherwise mentioned.
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.

 

 

 

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Comments

Lisa N.
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The morse code design looks super neat.

Justina
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I love these! Of course I was curious and had to Google to find out what the red letters were! 😉

Claire Kerr
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Ha ha. I think you’re the only one who has!

Mina
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I am confuuuuused! Tried morse code translator – couldn’t figure it out. And am now on the morse code converter and I can’t understand if the last one is a dash or an underscore – darn it!
Is it like this? -.-. / -.-

Claire Kerr
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Oh bless you for trying Mina! You’re right, it’s dash dot dash dot / dash dot dash.

Mina
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I cracked the code!!! hehehe – thanks for the fun, luv 🙂

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