Good morning and Happy Saturday polished world!!! How are you all today? I'm doing fantastic! Okay, maybe not so much. My allergies are killing me! I love Spring, but Spring does not love me. Pollen is one of my biggest enemies in this world. I've been cooped up all winter, now the weather is perfect and I want to be outside, but all I end up doing is sneezing. Oh well, I'll take the sneezing over the 4 degree temperatures.
Today I am sharing with you a bright pink, fun, perfect for this warm weather manicure! It was inspired by a gorgeous design that I found on Pinterest that I must not have pinned. I spent at least 10 minutes looking through my Nail Ideas board, followed by another 10 minutes searching Pinterest for "Pink Neon Floral Manicure." Of course, I can't find it and I feel like a complete jerk for not properly crediting.
Anyways, thank you to whoever created this design, because it is now my favorite manicure of all time. I can't wait to do more flowers like this!
Let's take a look!
- China Glaze - Glow With the Flow
- China Glaze - The Grass is Lime Greener
- Sally Hansen - Disco Ball
- Sinful Colors - Snow Me White
- Black Acrylic
Awesome design, right? I love it so much and I really am wanting to re-create the design again. Or at least do the flowers on all 10 of my nails. Maybe in the summer and I can add a tropical twist to the flower.
Anywho, the pink is Glow With the Flow from the China Glaze Electric Nights Collection. By now everyone has heard or discovered how amazing this collection is. This polish applies perfectly in two coats and dries with a semi-matte gloss finish. I definitely recommend a glossy top coat. Or in my case, a super awesome glitter topper.
For the flowers, I started off by drawing out the black outline on my nails. When the outline was dried, I filled in the black white spaces with color like you would with a coloring book. I cleaned up the lines by going back over them with the black acrylic and a brush, and added the little detail on the flowers and leaves.
What do you think? Fan of this manicure?
Until next time, <3.