Monday, 4 February 2013

Camouflage - Nail Art

Happy Monday to you all, I hope everyone has had a good start to their week!
Today I have some nail art for you that was inspired by a YouTube video by Love4Nails.
Back in November Love4Nails uploaded a Camouflage Nail Art Design Tutorial.
I loved the design and the colours she used together, however my nails are a lot shorter than hers so I had to adapt the design a bit. Instead of doing a camouflage french, I did a mix of half moons and full nails.






I love these so much!
I used two coats of OPI Skull & Glossbones as my base colour then started with large, random blobs of  Models Own Bronze Rage. For the green I mixed Barry M Lime Green, Mint Green, Spring Green and Mushroom and applied that randomly again overlapping slightly on some of the bronze, then I used Barry M Black for the smaller blobs. Finally I added Barry M Green Glitter over the top of the green and a coat of Seche Vite to finish.
Then I got curious and for the first time in quite a while I went and got my No7 Stay Perfect Matte Topcoat to see what it looked like matte.


I like it, but much prefer it glossy!
What do you think?

♥ A ♥

7 comments:

  1. Love it and all your nail designs! I was wondering if you could help me get circular buttons like you do just below your header with the social networks? xx

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  2. Your nails look amazing!! :)

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    xo

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  3. Love4Nails always has beautiful designs. I don't think I saw her camo manicure tutorial though. These came out beautiful. I love the bright green and half moons.

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  4. wow...awesome design!! I totally love it!

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  5. This is a design I've wanted to try for ages! You did an amazing job hun, this looks incredible :)

    Aysh xoxo

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  6. Wow, your blog is incredible! I can't believe I've only just stumbled upon it. You have a new follower. :) x

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