Good morning polished world! How are you all doing today? I can't believe that it's already November 8th. I swear, the months are just flying by. I did email a Nail Artist of the Month and I'm waiting for her to respond, so I'm hoping to have one up by the end of the month! I really hate that I slacked on that this month.
Today I am sharing with you a fox manicure that might be perfect for Fall. Maybe it isn't, but in my mind the colors are Fall-like so it works! This cute little fox design is inspired by 25 Sweetpeas! I saw her manicure a few weeks ago and fell in love with the cute little fox with a bow on her ear, so I put it on the to-do list of manicures!
Let's take a look!
- Zoya - Rocha
- Orly - French White
- Orly - Instant Artist White
- FingerPaints - Wrapped in Ribbon
- Salon Perfect - Champagne Toast
Isn't the little fox adorable?! I followed Sarah's tutorial on her Instagram to re-create the fox. I started off with a base coat of white polish. When that was dried, I used Zoya Rocha and painted a the head of the fox onto my nail. I then used a toothpick and added the ears. I used my Orly Instant Artist to add the white cheeks of the fox and the triangles in the ears. I then added the little details using my dotting tools.
Wrapped in Ribbon was a polish that was released last year as part of the FingerPaints holiday collection. I really hope they re-release this polish because t is the perfect gold microglitter! Two coats and you get full glittery coverage!
Since my middle nail was so glittery, I decided to add a top coat of Champagne Toast by Salon Perfect on my other nails. This polish is the gold version of China Glaze's Fairy Dust and also closely resembles INM Northern Lights in Gold. I think I wrote about my love for this polish in another post, but I called it Champagne Kiss by accident. That's what happens when you have over 500 names of polishes in your head and you don't write down what you use when you actually use it.
What do you think? Fan of this gold, glittery, fox manicure? Is this something you would try? Should I do more animal manicures??
Until next time, <3.