It has been a while since I posted a nail art, and this one has been sitting in my folder for sooo long. This is an easy peasy floral nail art.
I chose the color pink, but you can pair it with any color of your choice. This is one of my go-to nail art when I dont want to spend much time doing it. All you need to do this nail art is a dotting tool/ bobby pin/ tooth pick and your choice of nail polish. I like to do my dots using a tooth pick as it gives more uniform dots.
Do try this nail art and link back if you like 🙂
You can check my other floral nai art HERE
So this is one nail art when you have absolutely no time on your hands and want to run the minute after doing your nails. Just grab two contrasting shades of nail polish and one confetti polish and you are good to go. I chose orange and yellow because I LOVE bright nail polish. You can use any colors.
Orange: Colorbar Pro – Orange Blast
Yellow: Flormar Supershine – 41
Confetti: Colorbar Black Fiesta – Masquerade (Reviewed HERE)
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So the winters in Delhi aren’t a bad deal this year. A warm sunny day is just the thing one can wish for in this frigid weather. Give me a mug of coffee (chocolate milk will do too :P) and a good novel, and I can laze about the whole day. The radiant sun in winters is enough to light up one’s mood. And so is the color Rose gold. This color is very feminine. Very pretty. And so IN these days =D
I didn’t want to do a full fledged nail art (on full 5 fingers) as it would have masked the prettiness of this color. So I decided to accent my ring finger with teeny tiny harmless dots.
What else to compliment with Rose gold other than Bows!
Ooh and the mark you see on my index finger is the voting ink.
This nail art reminds me of a vintage-y dress. Don’t know if it is Rose gold or bows and polka dots, but it sure does ring a bell.
You can check my other Accent nail arts HERE, HERE and HERE.
Maybelline colorshow nail polishes are such a rave these days, and I couldn’t help but pick some shades myself. Here is one nail art I did with a Colorshow nail polish. This one is Orange Fix.
I did a simple Accent nail art because I didn’t want the beautiful color of this polish to get masked by a full 5 fingers nail art.
I have not used a top coat here.
I added diagonal stripes on the Accent nail. Pwetty simple. 2 minutes job.
I am not going to talk about the pretty-ness of this nail polish color. That will follow in a subsequent full fledged review post that these polishes totally deserve.
I have been wanting to do a stripes nail art for a long time. And finally when I sat down to do one, my patience level didn’t allow me to paint on all 10 fingers. So, I made it an Accent nail art.
I did a simple French tip on rest fingers.
Now, after a few days the French tips started to chip away while the accent nail was still sitting pretty. So I thought of re-doing my nail art.
And another Accent nail art is what we did. It came out even better than the previous one 😀
I have got to start applying a Top coat. x-(
Anyhoo, its still pretty.
The red can be applied again as long as the accent nail remain intact. =D
The green nail polish used here is Faces nail enamel in shade ‘Forest Green 09’ (Buy HERE)
Red nail polish is Colorbar Pro Nail Lacquer in shade ‘Rosie 015’ (Buy HERE)
It has been a long time since I last posted a nail art. I have been a bit lazy, thats all. Now, I was not a huge fan of Accent nails but decided, Eh! I might as well try. And, after this nail art, I have pretty much started liking accent nails. It looks pretty. Takes much less time (1 nail vs 10 nails).
So, accent nails are basically when you paint one of your nails differently from the rest. It can be any nail. I chose the ring finger.
I chose to draw a chevron sign for accent nail.
First I decided to use a scotch-tape. But the final result was not symmetrical.
So, I had to touch up and redo the design free hand.
Accent nails are comparatively easier and best for the times you are running late. Plus when they prettify the nails well, who’s to complain? 🙂