Apr 8, 2017

Nail Art │ Ethnic/Hippie/Boho design using OPI Fiji Collection [Nail Crazies Unite]


The Festivals season is slowly starting and getting your  "Hippie/Boho" style shine through is a must for these occasions. Ethnic inspired designs are an excellent way to do that, so today I'm wearing ethnic patterns on my nails for the Nail Crazies Unite Challenge "Hippie/Boho"!
This is a relatively quick manicure that requires a certain patience and a rather steady hand (not that I have one, but I DO try hard!). I decided to use the colours from OPI Fiji Collection for this manicure, all except the black stamping polish of course.






- So I've started painting two coats of OPI Coconuts over OPI, a gorgeous neutral nude shade that is an absolutely must-have this season (see the swatch here). 
- I waited for it to dry well and then I stamp the Ethnic designs on each nail using the "reverse stamping technique. 
- For achieving this look I used the MoYou London Stamping plate Explorer collection #27 and Born Pretty Store stamping polish black. 
- I picked the images with a clear stamper and then filled it in with a thin brush and the colours 
OPI Exotic birds don't tweet (yellow)
OPI Is that a spear in your pocket (teal)
OPI Living on the Bula-vard (red), 
OPI Super Trop-i-cal-i-fiji-istic (blue)
Find all the swatches for these gorgeous vivid colours on my review here.

So what do you think of this Ethnic manicure? yay or nay? Let me know in the comments!
For more Hippie/Boho nail art inspiration, please check my fellow challengers below.

Love,
Nati










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