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.
Products in this post were provided for an honest review.
All opinions are unbiased and were not influenced in any way.
Love the half moons! Those colors are perfect together.ReplyDelete