Today, I have something a bit different for you. When I first saw the newest Barielle collection, I knew I wanted to do some nail art. I tried to think of something that would work with all six shades, but I came up empty handed. Instead, I did two looks: an easy look and a more skilled look. In reality, they're both pretty easy.
Keep on reading for my little how tos!
|Kiss Me Kate, Autumn in Seoul, Irish Eyes, Gondola Ride, Rain in Spain, Midnight in Paris|
Kiss Me Kate base
Irish Eyes stripes
Autumn in Seoul flowers
Gondola Ride accents
For this look, I started with a beige base and added light green stripes. With a dotting tool, I made brown flower with 5 dots. To finish it, I used the darker green as the middle of the flower.
This is a bit more complicated than the next design, but it's still simple!
Rain in Spain
Midnight in Paris
For this super simple look, I used two coats of the light blue, and then added french guide strips to block off my half moons. I finished it off with a coat of dark blue.
I love the contrast between these two!
Barielle polish is $8.00 USD per bottle.
Barielle can be found at www.barielle.com.
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All opinions are unbiased and were not influenced in any way.