I am excited to share this nail art with you today. The nail art out on plate today is Floral, Freehand and Inspired. The deadly combination that keeps alive. They are like oxygen to keep the artist in me breathing.
The short break of 4 months that I took because of motherhood did a little psychological damage to my confidence. I constantly kept feeling jittery touching brushes for freehand, as if I had forgotten to hold them. I kept on avoiding freehand, for the fear of realising my mentally created fear of not being able to handle brushes. True ,when you are scared of finding the truth, darkness and mystery seems more appropriate.
So I would say that I don’t have enough time to do a freehand nail art worthy enough. And I was not wrong with a full day job and 10 months pre-matured baby, life couldn’t be busier. Polishing my nails also seemed impossible , even on weekends. But the point is, I was making it an excuse of not even trying , because I was so afraid of failing. Which is wrong, more wrong than failing!
One afternoon, I mustered some courage (read lot of courage) and decided to finally kill the beast. The distance from freehand florals was killing.
I had saved this image of kitchen storage from a sponsored post of ‘thedecorkraft’ on Instagram and I knew if anything could help me touch my art back , it was this. A fine balance of soft detailed roses, just enough to sweep your heart off.Finally I did it, it felt so liberating.
Now that I have dragged you guys so deep into the story, it would be unjust to separate from the process. lol. I would like to share pictures of how actually I did these nails. Yupp!!! my son pulling , pushing, hanging between my feet!!. Yet what came out was impressive (at least, I would like to believe so)
What do you think girls? Also, would love to hear your stories if you let fear of failing overpower the attempt to try.