Hi Girls, I am always thrilled to share a floral mani with you and today is no different. Doing flowers on my nails is extremely close to my heart and a happy visual delight to my eyes. Today I have a slightly different take on my floral look. The colour scheme chosen and the finish give it a cold winter frozen look.
I hope you are getting the essence of my description or may be understand better with pictures when you start scrolling down.
I haven’t chosen any contrasting and spring colours for my flowers today. So while they may not look cheerful and fun like my usual floral mani, but they got an aesthetic appeal, a class.
Credit also goes to my serene and gorgeous base, Zoya Sue which is a classic English pale gold shimmer yet matte polish from Matte Velvet 2015. I have been chasing Matte Velvets from a very long time but could lay my hands on them only now.
I sponged the tips with Essie Hors d’oeuvre which has been my favourite ever since I got them. It further added to the majestic appeal of the base. It was exuding richness.
Since I wanted the nail art to be coherent with the base, I chose dull brown for the stems and leaves, as opposed to bright colours like green. Also for flowers I used a dark red mixed with a little brown. Over the finished work I applied a Matte top coat to freeze my mani.
The brushes used are all time favourite and trusted ones from BornPretty Store. If you are a freehand nail artist, you should glance them to the least. I am enclosing links for three brushes I used. You can buy them here, here and here. Don’t forget my coupon code HQBQ10 to get 10% off sitewide.
Even as I write this post I feel I have drifted to Winter Wonderland of sparkling frozen forest. I may be sounding dramatic to some, but my nails mostly set my mood and my background. Do you get the feel of it or is it just me?