Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Nail Art: Green Fall Florals!



Hey y'all!Today on the blog I am sharing some more fall nail art with you. This time using deep, rich greens with a hint of sparkle.

I started with a base of Nail Envy to strengthen and protect my natural nails. Once that was dry, I went in with Sally Hansen Loden Green, from the Complete Salon Manicure line on my index and middle. Now, this color is a love it or hate it kind of color but I'm in the love it camp so I based this entire mani around it. Anyway, then I used Lollipop Posse Lacquer Inside My Head on my ring and pinkie fingers to give it some bling and sparkle. I am head over heels for Inside My Head - its a blackened green jelly base with scattered holo micro glitter and dark gold flakies all throughout it. STUNNING! Once my base colors were dry, I stamped Loden Green with M Polish Elizabethan and Uber Chic Beauty 4-03. I had considered doing leaves but that is very popular right now so I switched it up and went floral. I added a couple of dots on my ring and pinkie, also with Elizabethan. I sealed everything in with Essie Gel Setter and I wore this mani for 3 full days!

I was going to do a full review of Essie Gel Setter but I never wear my manis long enough to say whether its wear time is actually longer or not. Perhaps I can do it on my cindy hand? Would you want to read a review on it?

If you want to see a live version of this tutorial, click below to go to my Youtube channel!



What do you think of this mani? Do you like the "ugly" pretty colors?

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15 comments:

  1. These are perfect for fall! I wouldn't mind reading about the Essie Gel Setter Top coat!

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  2. Beautiful! I like ugly pretty colors, too! Just not on me. I'm too pale to pull those off.

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  3. Love that combination and I would be all about that topcoat review!

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  4. Gorgeous combination! Love what you did!

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  5. I love those colors together.

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  6. Great mani, and I love the video tutorial!

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  7. Beautiful color combo! I love these sorts of shades.

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  8. I love Elizabethan over Loden Green! It loos super pretty.

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