Floral Nail Art

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If you take a look at my Instagram , you’ll notice that most of my pictures consist of my weekly manicures. I started doing my own nails last year when I noticed how much money I was spending on mani-pedis at the salon. I started off pretty terrible and slowly I started experimenting with nail art. This week the weather here in SF has been amazing. I wanted to celebrate with a nice floral design. I used a tan base color so that my flowers would pop! I used the following nail polishes for my look:

Orly Rubber Base Coat
Tan: Revlon Colorstay- Bare Bones
Purple: Essie- Play Date
Pink: Ciate- Main Stage
White: Orly- French Tip
Green: Orly- Green with Envy
Sally Hansen Insta-Dry Top Coat

1. Paint your nails with a clear base coat and let it dry for a few minutes.

2. Paint your nails with the  tan base coat.

3. Using a dotting tool or bobby pin, dot on pink and purple blobs onto each nail.

4. Using a toothpick or thin brush make small C’s with the white polish around the outer edges of the blobs and and a few in the center.

5. Using a toothpick , put small green dots on the outside of each flower as leaves.

6. Add top coat and clean up with nail polish remover and brush if needed.

If you are a visual learner YummyNails has a great tutorial on Youtube. 🙂

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