For me, floral designs are a good go-to nail art design. Whenever I'm stuck in the rut, I always find myself making floral nail arts. They are simple yet very elegant. In terms of freehand, flowers are also very easy to do. However, I don't have my acrylic paint with me so I decided to just use an image from a nail plate.
THE NAIL ART DETAILS
Initially, I applied Liquid Palisade (from Kiesque) around my nails. It makes gradient and stamping easier. It is part of my nail art must-haves.
For my base, I made a gradient using Zoya Pixie Dust Godiva and Chyna. They, along with 4 other colors, are gifts from my boyfriend for Valentines day. Just in case you are wondering, he bought it from Polish Please PH.
Zoya polishes can also be bought from ZALORA. They have a wide selection of nail polishes such as China Glaze, Orly, LA Colors, Essence and others. They also have nail art tools, and nail and hand care products. I'm hoping that ZALORA will include OPI and Essie in their collection. But I'm really happy that there are more online shops for nail art and nail polish addicts like me.
After creating a gradient base, I stamped it with MoYou London Tourist Collection 21. I didn't apply any top coat to maintain the textured finish. However, it is not obvious in the photos.
Here are some close-up shots:
That's it for this post. Thank you for reading. :)