Happy Friday, sweeties!

We are currently having a 4-day weekend and today it feels like Saturday to me really, LOL!
What about you? Is it a bank holiday where you live?
Last week, I was feeling ill, so I didn't do new nail art designs, obviously, there wasn't a Nail Art post either! But the "When Colors Collide" nail art challenge was doing "mint, black and white" nails which is such a beautiful combination that I couldn't skip it. For a long time I wanted to do a nail design inspired by tiles, I thought today's colours would be perfect for that. Keep reading to find out how to create these nails!

Last year (2018) OPI launch one of the most beautiful Spring collections ever called "Lisbon". Ever since I got those colours, I've been wanting to create a "tile" inspired nail desing, because Tiles (azulejos) are typical from Portugal too. So today, I finally came up with this kind of design, using two colours from OPI Lisbon collection. Let's take a closer look to today's manicure shall we?

Here are the steps I followed to create this look:
1) I first painted three of my nails with this gorgeous dusty mint colour from OPI, this is a pretty unique shade that belongs to The Lisbon collection launched last Spring. I painted the other two nails with an OPI white nail polish of the same collection.
2) I left my mint nails just plain and created a design on the white nails. I used the technique "reverse stamping". I explain this technique here! This time I was using white, black and mint polishes and a gorgeous plate with tiles images.
3)  Once everything was dry, I sealed my design with clear topcoat and tadaaa!

These are the products and Items I used:

I hope you like my "blue over blue" manicure! If you'd like to see more manicures in these colours, please check the Facebook group of the challenge! :)

Have a lovely weekend!