Good morning all! I can’t wait for you to check out this awesome post by Marisa of Polish Those Nails, so let’s check it out:
I’m so excited to be guest posting for Jessica while she’s away taking care of her little one! Jessica is one of my favorite bloggers, because not only are her nails gorgeous but I love how committed she is the nail polish community. I knew instantly that I wanted to help her out by contributing a post.
Andddddd, I should probably introduce myself now…so hi, guys! I’m Marisa and I blog over at Polish Those Nails (previously Hey, Darling Polish!) My blog consists mainly of nail art, patterns, indie polish, and rambling. Which I’m currently doing, so let’s get to the nails! 😀
Patterned nail art is my favorite to paint and to wear, so I wanted to share that with all of you! This look was inspired by this pattern by Moniquilla. How cute would this be as a scarf?
1. Start by applying two coats of Pelican Gray.
2. When that’s dry, add a layer of Follies.
3. Using a detail brush and black paint, add on all of the “leaf” shapes.
4. Go back in with a smaller brush and blue paints for the flowers.
5. Finish each flower with a tiny spot of either white or black.
6. Clean up.
7. Add a layer of Glossy Glam.
I loved wearing these! Gray polish isn’t something that I usually wear, but it’s nice to take a step back from all the super, crazy colors that I often reach for. What do you guys think of these nails? Are they something that you would wear? I’d love to hear your thoughts (:
Thank you so much for allowing me to take over your blog for this post, Jessica. I hope you’re doing well and are getting some sleep haha! Thanks to everyone who reads this too!
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Thank you so much, Marisa! I always adore your patterned manicures because they are so fun! Please let Marisa know what you think of her beautiful manicure in the comments below. 🙂
2 thoughts on “Guest Post From Polish Those Nails: Patterned Manicure”
Thanks so much for having me Jess!! I hope you and you’re little one are doing well!