My friend Meris got me these tiny little brushes used for painting details on your nails about a year ago. I never knew what to paint but lately, I have been drawn to wallpaper and prints with giant oversized flowers; I guess you can say I have been inspired. Here’s what I did and it honestly couldn’t be easier!
(Paint your nails one solid color, it can be dark or light)
(Take the colors that you would like to use for petals and leaves and drop a bit on each on a piece of paper. I added some sparkle for flair and got my tiny brush handy)
(Take the lightest color and paint the petals)
(Use the lightest green to paint the leaves)
(Add dark green to add depth to the leaves)
(Add the darker pinks to fill in the petals)
(I added some gold glitter to wherever I wanted and sealed it all with a clear coat of polish)
I know this seems like a lot of work, but I love looking down at my hands and having one fun nail! Let us know if you try it out and send us pictures at firstname.lastname@example.org!
We are such fans of colors and convenience. Sometimes, you run out the door and don’t have time to throw on your new necklace or rings that you wanted to. However, you can always look fun and stylish by pairing these fun nail polishes with fun purses. We did some color matching and think these are all great color pairings for Spring!
(We love this hot pink neon polish with the cobalt blue purse from Urban Outfitters)
(This little purse I found in a tiny shop in Italy back in 2007. I adore it and it’s a special travel memory that’s never gone out of style. Perfect to pair with a soft, romantic color)
(Subtle rainbow tweed and a bright accent color go great together)
(This top shop purse is one of my favorites)
Spring is on it’s way!
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