I’m back with another new skin-safe DIY DIY tutorial.
I hope you’ll join me in this one.
The main ingredient is sweat, but there’s also mud and a bit of dirt.
This is the type of skin you get when you’ve been out for a long time with no water.
As such, I’ve added a bit more mud and mud-stained, sweat-covered paint to the base of the skin.
This will give you a little more coverage than normal, but if you want a thicker skin you can always use more mud.
You can also add a bit extra water if you’d like to give the skin a bit better coverage.
You’ll need a plastic bowl or bowl of baking soda, some paint, and a brush or a toothpick.
First, get some paint.
I used this one on my finger, but you can use whatever kind of paint you want.
It doesn’t really matter, but I’d definitely recommend using paint from your local hardware store, or even your local home improvement store.
Apply some paint to your finger and then brush the paint on your skin.
Wait for about 30 minutes.
I waited for about five minutes, but it’s fine if you don’t want to wait for the paint to dry completely.
When the paint has dried, you can now use a brush to apply some mud to your skin and then apply a bit to your nail.
After you’ve applied the mud to the skin, apply some paint on the base.
If you’re using the paint directly on the skin instead of the paint that’s already on the nail, you’ll need to wait a bit longer for the mud on the paint surface to dry before you can apply the mud.
Apply a bit or more paint to cover the area of the nail that you just applied the paint.
After the paint is dry, you’re ready to start adding some mud on top of the mud you just poured on top.
You don’t have to do this until the mud dries, but doing it now is a good idea.
You can do this as often as you want, but make sure you’re putting mud directly on your nail when you’re done.
Use a brush and paint to apply the second layer of mud on your finger.
Apply the third layer of paint on top, covering the area you just covered.
Repeat this process with the fourth layer of skin paint.
Once the skin is dry you can add a little mud to help keep it looking wetter and more like the skin you’ve just had on.
I’ve added some paint here to make the mud a bit thicker.
You could add more paint or you can leave it on the entire surface.
Apply another coat of paint to keep the mud looking wetder and more smooth.
Apply the last layer of the Mud and Mud-Stained Paint on top and wait for it to dry.
Once the mud has dried you can start applying a layer of water-based paint.
If using paint directly onto the skin then you’ll have to wait about 15 minutes for the water to dry so that the mud will adhere better to your nails.
When your mud has completely dried, spray the skin with a bit over the base and apply the next layer of clay-based or mineral-based paints.
Once the clay and paint have dried, remove the paint and the skin should look just like it did with the paint you used to create the mud-and-mud-stained skin.