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How to Tie a Dye on Your Nails: How to Create a Natural Dye from the Under Hair

How to create a natural dye from under hair is a process that can be used to create amazing designs for nail art, tattoos, or even makeup!

In this tutorial, we will show you how to tie a dye from under the nail.

First, find the hair in your nail.

I used the hair from a mannequin that was hanging over a bed frame. 

Next, you will need to find a way to tie the hair into a knot.

The easiest way to do this is to take the end of the hair, and then use the knot to pull it back into a ball.

The ball will hold the dye, which is what we are going to use in this tutorial.

The more hair you tie, the more the dye will come out. 

Now we are ready to start!

You can find a lot of tutorials on how to do a knot from under a nail, but the basic idea is the same. 

Tie the end to the nail with a string and then take it down so that it sits on top of the other strands. 

Take the end and pull it down again to get the knot. 

When you are finished tying, you can remove the string and put it back on top to hold the knot in place. 

I found the easiest way was to just pull the string all the way to the knot, but if you don’t have a knot, you could just leave the string on top and pull. 

Then, if you want to make the knot more permanent, you may want to use a nail polish remover. 

Once you have the knot on top, you need to apply the dye. 

Start by lightly applying the dye to the top of your nail with your fingers. 

The dye will start to come out of the nail, and you can feel the dye coming out of your skin. 

After about five to ten minutes, the dye should be beginning to settle on your nail, making a beautiful, metallic look. 

If it feels dry to your skin, or if you are sensitive to dye, then you can start to add more dye.

I usually apply three or four drops at a time, and I don’t want to overdo it. 

Apply the dye a few more times to give it a few coats of dye, so that the nail is completely covered. 

 The finished look is that of a natural nail dye.