Hello Sugars!! It’s the last week of September and the beginning of a lot of challenges that I have signed up for. Pheww!! I have tried a lot to participate in challenges in past but have never been able to do so in full spirit. I have always left them midway. But this time I am trying to be a bit more planned and structured. Let’s see how much I succeed.
This Nail Art is for:
- Week 1 of “Autumn Nail Art Challenge” on Blogger Bragger – Theme “Red”
- “Finnishable Challenge” – Theme “Play that Song”. So I picked up an all time happy song from movie “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” – “Paint It Red!”
I had been longing to try this color for some months now and finally I was happy to see the theme “Red”. I am not a “Red” person, nope…not even near it. But a pretty gorgeous crimson red never hurts :P. It does make your hand look fancy.
The red polish I used for base is Essence –‘Redvolution’. It’s is bright red jelly polish. It leans a bit towards orange and has a shiny lustrous finish.
I used my 2 years old , never used Konad Plate for this nail art. For stamping I used Barry M ‘Silver Foil’. It was somehow so difficult to get complete images on my nails, bad stamping day!. I had a lot of retakes 🙁
I was not sure of what to do on my accent finger. Just then I saw rhinestone wheel I got from Bornpretty for review. I quickly grabbed and pulled out some rhinestones. They seemed to make a perfect match. I used Nail Glue to stick them on my nails. The Rhinestone wheel is a must have in your nail accessory kit. Trust me, it is gonna fit in almost all nail arts and will come to your rescue whenever you are out of ideas. You can buy them on Bornprettystore. They offer free worldwide shipping. Also you can enjoy 10% discount if you use my coupon code HQBQ10.
Back to my nail art, I finished them with Seche Vite top coat. My nails look like bridal nails completely. They are perfect to be worn for an Indian wedding. I am definably gonna use it for someone’s wedding. What do you think guys?