Hey, babes! I have some simple nail art look for today. I feel like I haven't done any art in a long, long time. I'm sorry for the delay. October just isn't my month.
Barielle recently released a great fall/winter collection. Me Couture is a set of six shades that are perfect for the season. You can mix and match them to create millions of looks. I used five of them for today's striped look. Keep on reading for all the details!
|Two coats each. No top coat.|
Vintage Gown, Taupe Notch, Berry Posh, Soho at Night, Moda Bleu, Boho Chic
Soho at Night
No Chip Speed Dry
These polishes are really pigmented. As soon as I swatched the, I knew they'd be great for nail art.
I started off with Taupe Notch. It was fully opaque in two easy coats. A universal neutral made the perfect base.
With a striping brush, I made a duo of each color. I randomly picked the placement to begin with and just duplicated the look on each nail after that. Once I was done with one color, I moved on to the next color. I didn't use Vintage Gown because I don't feel like it would have meshed well with the look.
Super easy, right?
Barielle polish is $8.00 USD per bottle.
Barielle can be found at www.barielle.com.
Products in this post were provided for an honest review.
All opinions are unbiased and were not influenced in any way.
I love the nail art you created with these! They are gorgeous polishes. The purple, green, and blue are my favorites.ReplyDelete
Thank you! I love a good teal green and this one hit the spot. I'm also a big fan of the berry.ReplyDelete
This is wonderful. So pretty for fall. I love the way it turned out.ReplyDelete
Oh I just love this! Gorgeous design! <3ReplyDelete
I love jewel tones. It's such a rich look. :)ReplyDelete