Spring Bridal Nails

Hello Roses, spring is already in and summer is fast approaching! All I feel like seeing on nails is either florals or neons. I am just shunning nudes and lights for a while. But I wanted to do a delicate and feminine mani yesterday before that.

Spring Bridal Nails

I decided on doing a Spring Bridal Nails. So that it is elegant, delicate yet gives me some flowers to look at. Actually I was going to stop at stamping on glitter base French nails. But I just felt they looked naturally incomplete and barren without a twig running on the French border.

Spring Bridal Nails

So I took out my paraphernalia (brushes & Acrylic Paints) and just started painting, like literally without planning. I decided to let the designs flow spontaneously on its own. After half an hour of various color mixing an dirty brushes around; I had this on my nails.

Spring Bridal Nails

To be frank, I was very pleased because I achieved an utterly feminine nail art with a swirl of floral vine. It looked re-freshing. It’s delicately tasteful with a hint of fun and spring; feels so good to conceive something exactly out of mind and you want.

Spring Bridal Nails

The base of the nail art is a dusty pink/mauvy chunky glitter polish in very sheer pink base. It was just what I wanted. The polish is from a local brand.The white french is from Sinful Colors. I then stamped webbed flowers on them with BPL028 from BornPrettyStore and Konad Special White. You can buy this stamping plate here. For the freehand drawing I used my favourite fine brush from Bornpretty store which you can buy here. You can get 10% off sitewide of you use coupon code HQBQ10.

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