Impulsive can also be great, is the lesson I am trying to preach with these nails today. It was 10pm at night and I looked outside the window. The sight of the glistening starts and sky like possessed me. It looked so pure and pretty. I was wondering why on earth I never did a night sky yet?
Well, there is no answer to that. It was a rhetorical question. We all miss on doing the obvious at times and then regret on the lost opportunity. Hopefully, I am not too late to regret the night sky and I still have time and my readers to appreciate it.
I started doing them at 10pm and finished by 11pm, along with pictures and editing. It was so fulfilling. Sometimes, when you really and actually want to do something everything just aligns and falls in place. It may be cliché but never loses its credibility. I really believe this.
Anyways, coming back from philosophy to nail art; I did a gradient of Essence I love my Blue Jeans, Sally Hansen Pacific Blue and White. I wanted a gradual blend of colors. On the gradient I did a coat of Alanna Renne – MilkyWay which is an iridescent topper. I wanted mysterious glimpses of multi color shine and sparkle in the sky. Because I wanted it to look mysterious, I did not do a fine glitter topper but iridescent topper. I hope you get what I am saying.
Once my base was ready, I drew pines, trees and stars using Acrylic Paints. These acrylic paints were sent me for review from BornPretty Store. They are a set of 12 colors packed in tubes, so very handy and light to carry. You can buy them here and also get 10% off sitewide with coupon code HQBQ10.I used Pure Color Brush no 10 for all the freehand.
I finished the nail art with Seche Vite. I am not boasting but I impressed myself with these impulsive nail art that I finished in 1 hour flat (from conceiving to doing to clean up, picture and editing). The sad thing I removed them the next day itself, because I wanted to try out something. Yes, we are stone hearted. We remove manis for which we slogged hours in seconds because we are dying to try something new. Isn’t it girls?