I have to make this real quick cuz the weather is bad and Ima turn my computer off!! This is to coats of Milani White On The Spot and the rest is acrylic paint topped with NYC & SHID. Sorry I have to go I will try and add more tomorrow when the weather is better!! Have a great day. Update: Ok the weather is better now. thank goodness, we’ve had some major rain lately.. I created this look with a white base, and the flower I created by placing one dot and then 5 around it to make the basic shape and then a white dot in the center to give it that “hollow” look. the rest is done with a tiny paint brush lol I havent made any tutorials on youtube lately I think mainly because I wasnt doin much when I had my nubbins but I really need to get back to that. and this would have been a great tutorial, maybe Ill do it on a nail tip. Anyway, I hope yall enjoy this and I really hope youre havin better weather than we are, have a great night!!
MANICURE MUSE: Peter Som Resort ‘13
For those of you who fancy lace, you’ll love Peter Som’s Resort ‘13 collection. For me, it’s always been a tricky fabric to wrap my head around. Somehow I gravitate towards the bold and graphic, and steer clear of vintage frill. With that said, Peter Som has made me a believer. The collection as a whole is a wanderlust trip to Morocco, described by Som as “nomad-chic.” The shades of blue in Moroccan-inspired prints are a trip themselves, but it’s how he translates them into his signature tailoring that keeps the collection grounded and new. Demure Chantilly lace makes a breathtaking statement because of it’s fine craftsmanship, but its the bold-colored lace that makes the Ladyfinger statement.
To emulate this look, I used Trout Pout by Butter London, Baby Blue Color Club Nail Art Duo, and a black Sally Hansen nail art pen.
To get these ladyfingers:
1. Start with a full light pink nail
2. With a light blue nail art pen or brush, draw an “X” in squiggles and loops
3. Using your black nail art pen, draw squiggles and loops in a triangle shape with the point facing towards the center
4. Repeat on the other side
5. Top it off with top coat
(Photo: Vogue.com c/o Peter Som)