18 April 2014

Cherry Roses on Julie G

Deciding to wear a polish longer by adding some flower nail art? No way! What a totally revolutionary idea that I absolutely did not just do in the post right before this one!

vintage rose nail art

Yes, I showed Julie G Shark's Cove a little while ago (link? no link? previous post strikes again!), and yes, I wanted to keep wearing it just a little longer. Also yes, my favourite way to extend a polish's stay is to plant a garden on it. This time, though, I did the flowers in nail polish.

Since I was hoping for the vintage rose nail art look with these, I went with probably the most vintage nail polish I own, Revlon Cherries in the Snow...and then I used the decidedly less vintage Skinfood PK006 (Pink Milk) for the petal highlights. The leaves are a couple of teal-ish greens I mixed up for the occasion.

nail art roses

Wow, is it physically possible that I might get all these posts scheduled before I leave town in the morning? When this post goes up I'll still have a couple of weeks before I'll be back and posting "live" again, so I'm knocking on so much wood that these are appearing as planned... and that I can get this one more manicure done and photographed before I pass out from exhaustion tonight. You'll never guess what I'm doing... it's FLOWERS!

4 comments:

  1. This is a really pretty design. I love the background color and it's such a nicely done design. Great post! :)

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  2. lol I love that you added the flowers! This looks gorgeous!

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  3. Beautiful design and color combination, thanks for sharing and I hope you're having a great time away from blogging ;)

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