I’M BACK!…along with Abstract Handpainted Nail Art

No doubt you’ve been wondering why I haven’t been publishing. Well, life features gotten crazy busy and overwhelming towards end of a year ago and I also needed a rest from posting blogs and all pressure that comes with it. It was the very first online blogging break in 7 many years advertising it was necessary. Do you ever feel therefore overrun you need to end running a blog? Well that’s the way I was feeling. Some would call-it blogger burnout nevertheless great news is, I’m right back! I’m going to be posting normally as I can but We’ll go on it painless today, I’m sure might realize. I will not be reviewing new choices when I’d rather consider nail art and stunning polishes. There are plenty of gifted swatchers online you can see brand new collections on 😉

Guess what happens i recently realised? I have missed my seventh Bloggiversary! it absolutely was at the start of February and I missed it! Oh well, perhaps the following year! 😉

These days I finally want to share with you nail art that I wore to your Olympia Beauty Show 2016 in London last October. I desired anything intricate, abstract and kind of unique. I happened to ben’t totally crazy about the result nonetheless it was however wearable thus I held it on. Let us consider those fingernails…

It is rather not likely that any of you will definitely previously re-create this monstrosity in your nails but simply whenever, I’ll inform you approximately how I performed these 😉

I painted my nails with a coat of pastel beige polish to make certain that other tints would shine. Then I’ve used little pieces of makeup products sponge to add splashes of colour. We plumped for mint green and pastel purple to generate watercolour-ish background. For the I’ve sponged on one of this tints randomly and then went in with a tiny brush and little acetone. Once the subdued watercolour-style background was completed, I added moss green and white dots making use of dotting device. Then I’ve coated the brown rectangular forms with a thin brush through the Winstonia Berry Wine set.

Then it nonetheless seemed very simple so I’ve coated on some grayscale range work. For the i have made use of another brush through the Winstonia Berry Wine set (the brushes tend to be super  slim) and acrylic paint. Finally, I sealed the whole design with a coat of Seche Vite topcoat. All polishes i have made use of were from Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure.

I am hoping you liked this kinda crazy abstract look and inform me what is new with you! What collections tend to be your favourite now?

Have a lovely time! Lucie x

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