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NYFW Peter Som Fall 2014 Inspired Nail Art: Graphic Orange

I love taking inspiration from fashion to incorporate into my nail art. Last time I was also inspired by Peter Som and for this new season I am again in love with an orange design of his. This look is more interpretive and graphic from my regular designs.


I am totally in love with this dress by Peter Som for his Fall 2014 collection and I am equally in awe of this bright, bold orange nail polish color from the L.A Girl Color Pop collection called Crackle. Two coats is enough to give you an opaque color. Here is the pure color taken with flash lighting.


Nail Tutorial: 
1. Paint your nails two coats of L.A Girl color pop in crackle.
2. Using a fine striper brush and black acrylic paint, add on your black details. Use your picture as a guide. 
3. Add grey for a color block look. 
4. Using white and grey paint, wipe off most of the paint from your brush and then swipe along the nail bed in small areas to replicate the brushed on look. 
5. Seal in with a top coat.




Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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