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Spring to Monochrome

18 Jan

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Monochrome is being recycled this year for S/S13 and the staying in because of the snow made me feel a bit white and black. I decided to experiment with black and white and ended up with zebra print nails.

These nails have been done a lot and they’re so easy. You can tell I have been lazy with my nail art lately but I promise you there is so much tricky looking but easy to do one’s coming up in the next few days including outfits.

All you need:

♥ Base/Top Coat

♥ Black Nail Polish with Nail art brush / Black Nail Art Polish / Black Nail Art Pen

♥ White Nail Polish

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I haven’t got my usual step by step images for you since it is so easy to do. So, Protect, Paint and Get Creative!

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♥ Protect your nails with a clear coat.

I have been doing so much nail art with you here in my blog that I very easily run out of base coat and forget to buy more, so for now I am using my No. 7 So Bright Nail Brightener and it looks too pretty to cover, it really brightens up your nails giving it a natural and healthy shine, especially for these cold months.

Moving back onto topic, I then applied my white nail polish and after it had dried I used my nail art brush to draw curvy black lines. As you can see I have made the zebra patterns on each nail so varied. It was fun, quick and easy.

♥ Paint all nails white

♥ Get creative with your zebra monochrome

Don’t make curves too harsh, less is more here, so do slight curves. Also, when doing your second line try to follow around the first curve and so on. You can vary each nail as much as you want.

Coming up…

Valentine’s Nails!

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Colour-block trend Nails!

13 Jun

I know the last few nail art designs I have done so far have been rather complicated to do but this one is really quick and easy and I love it so much that I have done this with many other colours. I just wanted to share my more ‘tropical’ one with you. As you may already be aware that tropical styled clothes are everywhere this holiday season and this colour-block nail art adds the finishing touch to your tropical look.

You will need, ANY two colours that are compatible. I used…

– My regular Base and Top Coat.

– Rimmel London Lycra Pro in Coral Romance

– Rimmel London Lasting Finish in Tangerine Queen

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Step 1: As always apply basecoat and let it dry.

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Step 2: Apply your lightest colour.

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Step 3: Carefully apply the second colour on the other half of your nail, whichever half you prefer of course. I found this very easy and maybe it was Rimmel’s mistake free application brush that helped a lot. You may wish to use a thin nail art brush to create a neat line or masking tape as I use for some of my nail art.

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