Hello Fireflies, I am feeling very pleased and refreshed as I present today’s nail art. It has two of my favourite elements. I am always intrigued and connected to Fashion Inspired nails, like it’s my first love for inspiration. To top that I am recreating one of my favourite nail accounts ‘Lieve91’; she always does out of the world freehand fashion inspired nails. Like the marriage of Freehand and Fashion couldn’t have been any better.
This nail art is inspired by Lieve91’s inspiration she drew from Andrew Gn. I cannot put in words how immensely her Fashion Inspired Nails impress me. This is my attempt to be close to her work.
I cannot tell you how thrilled I was before creating this and while creating as well. The design in itself is so pretty.
The base polish I used Sally Hansen Wet Cement which is favourite Grey polish of all times. I did freehand art on them using acrylic paints.
I created two hues of Yellow (one dark for outlining and the other light for petals) but sadly it did not reflect so well in my pics. Then I made a dark green by mixing leaf green and black. I usually don’t go so much detailing in hues of acrylic paints because at the end it may look something to eyes, while looking entirely different in camera pictures.
But I wanted to do my best from every aspect here. So I took that little extra mile. I was so happy drawing these flowers and leaves that I did not feel like stopping. Very rare emotion, because usually you are so exhausted with intricate work like this you just wait for it get over.
One more thing that needs special mention is my Paraphernalia ‘My beloved and trustworthy Nail art brushes’ I cannot emphasise enough on their importance. Correct brushes not only help seamless execution but most importantly give confidence of being able to draw anything. This is more important for me. I used these brushes (Brush 1 and Brush 2) to do various detailing and drawing. I received them for review from Bornprettystore but my opinion is honest. Use my coupon code HQBQ10 to get further 10% discount.