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Saturday, March 8, 2014

I'm Back! (Again) feat. Colorful Floral Nail Art for Summer

Hello Lovelies!
Happy Saturday! Finally! I'm back from more than 2 weeks of being MIA.. lots of things happened while i'm gone, week 1, I caught a nasty flu that lasted for about 3 or 4 days, and that's the reason why I was soo busy the week after that, tons of work filed up while I'm sick,  i can't even log in to any of my social media accounts that time. Anyway, I'm so glad that finally, I have some free time to blog again.. and what i got for you today is a Summer themed nail art design that i did on my nails yesterday.. here is my Colorful Floral Nail Art.
 Please continue reading after the jump to know more about my mani..


My Colorful Floral Nail Art is a combination of three different nail art look, first is my sponged gradient base, then the floral print and last but not the least, a glitter topper (sometimes i call it instant nail art). The colors that i used to create the flowers and dots was actually inspired by the colors of the glitters on my ring finger. I created this bright mani because the colors are oh so perfect for the coming summer season, (we don't have spring here in my country, that's why it's almost summer here). ;)

Here are the products that i used for the nail art, from L-R, up-down:
Caronia Blueberry- Gradient
Girl Stuff Avo Loco-Gradient
Caronia Sweet Surprise- Gradient
Sassy Colors Fire Opal- Gradient
Etude House Black and White Glitter Polish- Accent Nail
Jocarste White polish- Flowers and Dots
BYS Black Satin- Flowers and Dots
Bobbie Adored- Flowers
Bobbie Blue Sleigh- Flowers

Here are more pics of the nail art!






And that's it!
Hope you guys liked it!

You can tell me what you thinks about the nail art thru your comments. :)

Till next time!

XoXo
Paula :)

3 comments:

  1. Oh wow! These are bright and BEAUTIFUL! We don't get much of a Spring (or Winter or Fall) season here in FL, so I totally hear ya! I think these are just marvelous!

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  2. Wow! This definitely is an eye catcher. I love how those flowers were made. Very timely for the heat of the summer.

    Keep rockin'

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  3. I love your gradient colors! I have to practice...mine always look so horrible. :/

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