May 4, 2013

Nailed It: Hot Pink with Flower Accent

I often do one accent nail with plain fingers because I think it adds a cute pop and is a lot less tedious than nail art on every nail. I chose to use Chanel's White Satin as opposed to a true white to give it a softer look.

Step One: Apply three coats of White Satin on accent nail and two coats of Pink Flamenco on the remaining nails.
Step Two: Using a small pointed brush apply three cloud-shaped circles of Feelin' Hot-Hot-Hot! on accent nail.
Step Three: Using a small angled brush press two or three lines of Do Good... Feel Good on top of the circles.
Step Four: Using a small pointed brush outline a rose shape over the circles using Quarter Of A Cent-Cherry.

Step Five: Using a small pointed brush draw leaves using Twiggie.
Step Six: Using NA06 Green paint an additional stripe on each leaf.
Step Seven: Clean the edges of the nail, apply top coat et voila! Note: make sure you let the design dry fully before applying top coat, otherwise you'll get a bit of running like I did.

Products Used

OPI Quarter Of A Cent-Cherry
OPI Pink Flamenco
OPI Feelin' Hot-Hot-Hot!
Nicole by OPI Do Good... Feel Good
Chanel 459 White Satin
Art Club NA06 Green
Color Club Twiggie
CND Super Shiney Top Coat
Nicole by OPI Drying Drops
Pointed and angled nail art brushes from Wal-Mart


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