Nov 25, 2016

Nail art │Tartan pattern nail design [26GNAI]


Hello, my lovelies. Happy Friday!
As every Friday I have a new nail art design for you. Today is the 4th nail art prompt for the "26 Great nail Art Ideas" Challenge, and the theme is Winter warmth. This is a very cool theme. Keep reading to find out what this manicure is about and how you can easily recreate it at home!


I must confess I'm quite loving this prompts because they are not very conventional, usually, the theme "winter" inspires cold weather, snow, cold shimmery shades. But, of course, we also seek for warmth much more during this season (gosh know I do!). So I think winter warmth is a super inspiring theme. In my case, many things evoke "warmth", a cup of tea or hot chocolate, knitted clothes, cosy blankets, a fireplace, the choice was tough!



Also, from a fashion point of view, there are some pattern and fabrics I specially love for winter, and that are not really appropriate for other seasons, one of those is Tartan.  Today's nails are a exactly that, a skittle of tartan patterns.

For this nail art I first painted my nails with a very deep (almost black) grey, Zoya Dovima. Once that dried, I stamped using Zoya Posh (matte red), Underline Iced nails oro (gold) and MoYou London Hipster collection #05 stamping plate. I used two different superposed (or layered) stamping designs on each nail. I must say I love how this turned out! I love the matte finish gives the whole such a "fabric" effect, I really like.



I hope you have liked my manicure! Don't hesitate to pay a visit to all the talented ladies that are taking part in this challenge (listed below).

I wish you a wonderful weekend!
Love,
Nati






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