Once your bottom coat is dry, paint on a few mishapen dots - around 5 on each nail - in a contrasting colour. I used Ozotic Nail Polish in Mosaic Crackle White (which didn't really crackle when painted on in such small amounts).
Once those dots were dry, I grabbed a bobby pin and bended it in half, to create a dotting tool. Of course, you can use the real deal if you have one! Then, I dipped one end into a black polish (Ozotic's #044 Black) before carefully painting 'C' and 'U' shapes around the white dots. Try not to load your dotting tool up with too much polish, as it will take aaaaaaaagggees to dry and will smudge a lot more easily throughout the rest of the afternoon.
Once your black shapes are dry, slick over a clear top coat! And there you have it - easy nail art, perfect for showcasing the cute leopard print trend. Why not try it out in fluoro shades for a fresh summer look? Or stick to warm chocolate tones paired with nudes and taupes, perfect for the upcoming autumn!
Have you ever tried the leopard nail art look on your nails? Will you give it a shot now? Let us know! - Lauren