Monday, March 5, 2012

Nail Art

Today I wanted to share some pictures from a board I've created on Pinterest called "Nail Art". I was inspired by so many great pins people have been putting out of the nail art they create.  I've also loved seeing some of the different colors available for different polish lines.

I am just amazed and totally intimidated at how people are able to do things like this. I wanted to give a shout out to the Emerald Sparkled Blog blog who pinned this on Pinterest.  I love the color combinations put together.  These look so great for fall/winter.

When I saw this design I was blown away.  I can't imagine how small a brush you must have to use to get each of those small circles.  I feel like this gives an almost animal print feel.  This could be fun for spring with the pink, yellow, and blue circles.

I have not had the chance to use Essie polish, but I am on the hunt for this polish. The color is called Turks and Cacaos and I saw it in the store last week. I'm kicking myself for not picking up a bottle when I saw it.  I feel like this picture doesn't do it justice. It is a beautiful color that would be perfect for spring and summer.

This beautiful design was pinned by the Let them have Polish! blog.  I love the designs. They remind me of a beautiful design you'd see on stationary or some wall paper. 

This beautiful pink was one I just had to share. I think a simple pink can be so elegant and this OPI color fits the bill.  It is called Mod About You and was pinned by the Haus of Polish blog. 

So what brands and colors of polish do you like and are you wearing these days?  By the way, come follow me on Pinterest by using the button at the top right of my blog.  I'll be adding more to my Nail Art board, as well as the other boards I've created. 

Hope you are having a great day in your neck of the woods!


Paula said...

Love both the pink and turquoise shades.

I have been wearing either Sally Hanson or Jamberry nail shields since fall. I like polish, but it won't last for me and the shields do. I like the fun patterns that I can get, too!

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

I don't know how people can hold their hands steady enough to put in that kind of detail!