Hi Sugars, I am sharing a nail art which I did quite impulsively. I went shopping, bought few Kurtis and Bam! did a nail art inspired by the dress I decided to wear the next day to work. I feel like a free bird as I write this post. As notified earlier I am done with all the challenges for sometime, so that gives creative freedom for a while. Also I chipped a nail on my right hand.
I was sad intially and used the Tea-Bag Method to keep the nail alive for 15 days or so. But then it became tedious and since it was my working hand the tea bag would wear off every other day. So with a heavy heart I chopped my nails on cindy and bid farewell to them gracefully :(.
But eversince then I feel doing nail art has become easier and the time taken has been slashed to less than half. Ideally it should be just half with only one hand less, but its less than half here. When your right hand is also busy drying polish, you are practically handicapped. I have a full time job so doing nail art is a real crunch of time. By the time I finish my nail art its dinner time and I cant even break chappati with wet polish.Neither can I keep the polishes back, nor take out lighthouse for clicking picture, nor have my dinner and ofcourse can’t go to pee either. Also doing nail art on my Right Hand with my Non Dominant hand takes double the effort and time. Doing nail art with your dominant hand is hell lot easier.
Anyways, I am not endorsing nails on only hand but it’s easy definelty. Plus my hands look so alien without nails. I have a habit of lookimg at my nails when I type at work and the sight of a pretty nail art would delight me. But now my right is ugly and repulsive with no nails and nailart.
Also, I can finally wear white on my nails without dreading the Turmeric Stain on my Right nails while eating my food. So the base used in this nail art is Sally Hansen White On, it’s the best white in my stash. For stamping I used Konad Orange special polish.
The stamping plate is Moyou London Fashionista. To make the nail art coherent with the print of my Kurti I wanted to use some blue elements. I decided to settle down at my favorite accessory- ‘Rhinestone’. I used blue rhinestone and nail glue for this. I think it sort of completes the look. My nail art and Kurti looks –‘Made for Each Other’ . My frinds complimented me that it nailart looks like cut out of the fabric of Kurti.
I am very happy with them. What also excited me was the minimal time lag between the idea conceived and implemented. I thought of it while purchasing the Kurti and did the nail art as soon as I reached home. The damask pattern I used for stamping is exact match of my Kurti which is miraculous. I will say this was a match made in Heaven.
What do you feel? Have you done an impulsive nail art and felt equally happy? Do you also feel that keeping nails and doing nail art on both hands is extremely difficult? Leave your views in comments.