Hi Girls, how is the diwali preparations going? Oh My, there is so much going around both in home, nail world and office. I am still managing to put up a descent nail art participating in challenges.
Since Diwali is anyways my favorite festival and close to my heart so the additional effort is not pinching. I have tried to present Rangoli in a different way. Now the disclaimer is ‘I like it’ irrespective what the world thinks. The design is put in a different way.
It is definitely a Rangoli nail art but I have presented my Rangoli wrapped in Royalty. In old royal palaces floors have been traditionally of marble. They are shiny off-white in color.They are of a mark of aristocracy and richness. They ooze of style and elegance.I have always loved them.
Rangoli on marble floors look so sophisticated and serene.They have always intrigued me. Now I don’ have a palace nor white marble floor. But who can stop me from getting them on my nails??
So, I did a white base with Sally Hansen White On. Now, in no sense a bright opaque white can depict a marble floor. I brushed the white base with NYX First Dance one coat. It is sheer white off-white polish with gold frecks. Such a gentle lovely polish. And as soon as I applied it, there was my marble floor base ready.
I made Rangoli pattern decals using Moyou Explorer Plate 20 and I loved the decals.That reminds me I will do a tutorial for how to make decals since they turned out well. I peeled off the decal and applied on wet polish.
On the Rangoli I added a silver rhinestone. I was so correct, it gave the pattern a gorgeous center.
Do you guys feel like I have done justice to Rangoli on marble floor. Are you able to visualize a marble floor detailed intricate Rangoli? I sincerely hope you do and if you do please leave a comment to encourage me.