Despite the weather turning rather autumnal lately, I decided to do a very fresh and summery bit of nail art this week. I actually managed to do this design freehand but only on one hand I’m afraid!
I have a mini hamper of nail varnish and one colour I never wear is the bright yellow shade I own. I saw it again this week when I was trying to decide what to paint on my nails and decided the only time I think I would wear yellow would be when drawing a flower. Henceforth, the daisy design idea was born! Am I alone here…would yellow look good on nails?!
Anyway, this is the kit I used for this look:
- Sephora Nail Varnish in Jacuzzi
- Missguided Nail Varnish in Misslead
- Dotting tool
- Thin nail art pen in white (this one is from Primark and is perfect for thin, intricate work)
- Nails Inc Top Coat
I began with three coats of Jacuzzi as, although I love the colour, this formula isn’t great.
Next, I dipped the end of my dotting tool into the yellow shade and made some dots on my nails.
Then , I carefully painted on the white leaves using the nail art pen.
The final layer of topcoat sealed the look and also blurred the edges slightly which was great for any ‘wobbles’ I had when applying the white!
This is a really easy and fun nail art and one that you could easily use different colours with.
We are off out for another tasting menu tonight, at our local pub this time, so there will no doubt be a foodie review coming up soon! x