Watercolor flowers - Tutorial8:49 PM
Do you remember piCture pOlish Blog fest 2013?
The theme of this year was nail art and the rule was to create our most beautiful nail art with 3 piCture pOlish shades. At first, I thought we could chose the polishes we wanted to use. So I did a mani with O'Hara, White Wedding, and Mardi Gras and that's the mani I'll show you in this post! ;D
For the index and pinkie I used O'Hara. For the middle and ring finger I used White Wedding. I actually used one coat of White Wedding over white because I wanted it to be completely opaque in less than 3 coats. And finally I added some purple glitters from Mardi Gras :D
And here is a tutorial to recreate the flowers. That's very very easy. The hand I'm showing you in my swatches is my dominant hand (except the last picture), which means I painted it with my non-dominant hand very easily :D
The brushes and dotting tool (reviewed here) I used are from Born Pretty! Sorry for the bad quality of the brush pictures. I should have swatched them against a black background but unfortunately when I realized that, I had already extensively used the different brushes...I'm currently using one of the small angle brush from this set as my clean-up brush. It works great ;) There are 15 brushes in the set and it costs only $5.96.
I wore this mani for almost a full week! I loved it so much! I absolutely adore O'hara and I loved the flower design!
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*Product(s) in this post was(were) sent for my honest review*