Traditional Indian Nails

Hello Girls, I have very conventional nail art to share today. Well, to begin with I had no intention of doing a traditional Indian nail art. But with the turn of events, I ended up here. I was just swatching the El Corazon Matte and Shine 163.

Swatch of El Corazon Matte and Shine 163

It’s a lovely sea green color with lots of metallic shimmer in it. It’s not a dark sea green, but may look like a slightly darker cousin of turquoise though.

Traditional Indian Nails

The beauty is that inspite of the lustre and shimmer this polish is matte, which makes it look extra-ordinary.Now to appreciate how did steer towards such a traditional and authentic Indian mani, you will have to first know that it was Rakhshabandhan /Rakhi. So I was seeing decked up ladies, traditional attires, and festive decorations all day long.

Traditional Indian Nails

It did something to my system and I picked up the most stereotype traditional and Indian colors and patterns. I paired the El Corazon with Zoya Amal from their Matte Velvet Collection. It belongs to the same genre of brilliant color and shimmer but matte finish.The stamping polish is Mundo De Unas Reddish and the stamping plate is from UberChic.I tried picking up an image which is compact leaving room for the pretty base polish to show itself, then for accent picked up its paired small image.

Traditional Indian Nails

To further accentuate the festivity, I added gold rhinestone and charm from Bornpretty Store. I got an assorted box of stones and charms from BornpRetty Store for review and I have used them countless times till now. You can buy them here at 10% off with code HQBQ10.

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