Snóbl Alexandra

Butterfly nail art on a gradient background motif

9 minutes video 11 rating Moblie friendly Beginner English Rewatchable multiple times

🌹Prepare something special using some restrained colours and layered stamping! Alexa has created this decoration on a pleasant, light base. This makes the composition clean, the gradient rose pattern in the background and the butterfly motif fit to it perfectly. Base is not blended this time, but it's one of her favourite shades, SuperShine colour gel No. 582 Pearl.

🦋This nail art can easily be changed to any occasion via changing the shades and the motifs. Rose motif in the background was made with a special technique. The gradually paling effect is reached with foil stamping polish FP08 clear. Alexa is using not only big stamping plate, but also mini one, you can have a look at the sizes of the patterns. They are smaller, more detailed and can be better used on short nails. Try in other composition too!


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User Ratings

Sebok Emi
2 months ago
Nagyon tetszett! Én is csináltam hasonló mintázatú körmöket😊Köszi az ötletet
Bíró Barbara
about 1 year ago
Imádom! :)
Odita Seila
about 1 year ago
lovley design
Pretty Noona
over 2 years ago
Very lovely manicure, easy to follow each technique, and the results are very nice.
Nagy Eszter
over 2 years ago
Annyira finom, nőies és tavaszi minta,és egyszerűen elkészíthető . Imádtam nézni ☺️
Tatum Kerry
over 2 years ago
Nice. Thank you.
Buda Boglárka
over 2 years ago
Kellemes és színes manikűr, nekem nagyon tetszik, bármilyen hosszú körmön jól néz ki.
Friedrich Inka
over 2 years ago
The black butterfly is a bit harsh for my taste in relation to the beautifully pastel ombré background. With Mirror Chrome Powder or the Magic Foil you could also make it a bit more spring-like. But all in all, a nice combination of stamping motifs with spider gel and nicely arranged half pearls and caviar beads (・ꎴ・)
Hordós Szilvia
over 2 years ago
Di Vittorio Stefania
over 2 years ago
Great tutorial, I always like when you show different techniques! Thank you Alexa!
over 2 years ago
merci pour ce joli tutoriel
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International nail art educator

My name is Alexandra Snóbl. It was in 2003 when I chose hand care and manicure as a profession. I’ve been working for Moyra since 2011 as product developer and international trainer.
Usually, I consider myself technical specialist, and the most emphatic segment in my career is powder-liquid system. Between 2007 and 2010 I won several prizes at regional and international competitions. My most important acknowledgments include:
   – Multiple national champion
   – European champion
   – Olympics – Silver medal
   – World Championship – Bronze medal

In addition, in recent years, the world of nail art has also a big effect on me. My favorite fields:
– nail art made with stamping technique
– 3D nail art made with acrylics and PlastiLine gel
 – gel/gel polish painting

I still work in salon environment, and in addition, I have been training specialists for 10 years both in Hungary and abroad. I keep an eye on international fashion and nail art trends, and therefore I can teach you the most up-to-date and trendy nail art techniques. Since 2019 I have been offering online courses as well, most of which are – from now on – available at My course topics are compiled in a way to make the course material easy to learn and understand. I put much emphasis on showing you the processes in details, as well as on creating designs that are durable and perform well in salon environment and stay beautiful until the client returns to have their next manicure. My nail art designs – in which respect I teach you all ins and outs – do not only look fabulous, but also last for weeks. Join me, and I’ll show you how to astonish your clients with special and unique designs, and how to create such manicure for yourself that reflects your personality and will definitely not show up on others’ nails.