Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Bouquet Nails..

Hello everyone,
today I want to present you my Bouquet Nails....
I was inspired to do this mani by a bouquet that I received on my housewarming ceremony. I used the original leaves I took out of the bouquet.

Bouquet Nails

Here is how I achieved this look:
  • For base I used China Glaze Matte Texture In The Rough #1191.
  • For ring finger I used Sally Hansen Green With Envy #110.
  • For the mini flowers I used my special dry flowers.
Using the dotting tool I made the flowers on pinky and pointy with China Glaze Texture polishes. For bouquet I first pasted the leaves from bouquet and then pasted the dry flowers on top of them. Finally I sealed the bouquet with Seche Vite top coat.

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  1. Very interesting mani. How long are you able to wear something like this. Mine would be ruined in one day as is I'm a mom, so I'm the only one washing dishes. But I can live vicariously through you though!

    1. Hey Myishia Simmons,
      I can understand ur problems as I am a mom of two too!! But these type of 3d nail arts dont wear off upto 3 days!! I just apply 1-2 coats of Seche Vite top coat and done! These nails worked for 2 days and only the base chipped off, the bouquet remained in place..
      And for the matter of washing dishes, I think we mums have that in common especially in India...:P

  2. How interesting! I like the idea, but I'd probably never wear it - the normal polish chips on me in a day or two, this would be ruined like immediatelly =P How long did you wear it? Did you have any problems with getting stuck onto things? =) I just lovelovelove China glaze Textures!

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    1. Hi Nyx Nyx,
      I wore it for almost 3 days and mentioned above it was possible because of my Seche Vite top coat.... Yes sometimes the problem occurs but generally after 2 or 3 days only the base chippes off....
      By the way, thank you very much for the idea...:)