Something sweet to stop my sweet tooth cravings is candy. Candy strips is my choice for today's nail art challenge. A steady hand is needed to free style these lines with acrylic paints but it's well worth it :)
Friday, 1 July 2016
Monday, 27 June 2016
Today's challenge utilizes the technique of dry water marbling to create your pattern. I'm doing a twist of it but doing a needle drag i.e using a needle or any fine point for just a smidgen of swirl to the colours used.
Saturday, 25 June 2016
Hola! I'm just running a bit late with my posts by these nails were done a while ago. I've never done much chevron inspired nails before but this blue and pink combo was indeed inspiring. With the use of some nail guides I was able to create these with a breeze.
Saturday, 4 June 2016
Skittles anyone? Gosh, they are one of my favourite sweets and I get them almost every time I am at the movies. Today's nail art design is called the Skittlette however, which has two accent nails in the middle highlighting the new phase in my life; music with my love for the colour pink.
Monday, 23 May 2016
M is for the Money! Yes, who doesn't love those bills. Money makes the world go around. While we shouldn't make it our only aim in life, it does make things easier for everyone. Today's challenge uses a lot of greens and golds to bring this design to life.
Saturday, 14 May 2016
I'm a person who loves colour but sometimes we just need to be a bit plain and go for nudes but that doesn't mean it should be boring. Today's design is glamming up the nudes for that elegant touch yet a nail art design that can be worn everyday.
Tuesday, 3 May 2016
Well a pond manicure is not really this but a specific technique but I'm taking today's challenge literally and replicating the colours and bits of what are actually within ponds for my nail art version.
Friday, 22 April 2016
You want some colour today? Here we go! I fell in love with the colourful and retro design by the talented Robin Moses and so decided to use this design for my inspired nail art. It's simple yet fun and can be done using just a small nail art brush and dotting tool. Easy as pie!