Easy Floral Nails

Monday, January 27, 2014

This was inspired by elleandish from her video tutorial on Easy Floral Nails. I've been wanting to do a floral manicure and after seeing her tutorial on this, I knew I had to recreate it. I went with a purple and blue color scheme for my version though, which I think works really well together. This is also for The Lacquer Legion's theme of "reinvention" this month too! #LLreinvention

Easy Floral Nail Art
Barielle, Born Pretty Store, Salon Perfect, Seche Vite

I started with Barielle Welcome Ohm on my pinky and pointer nail. I dotted a black dot on each nail with Born Pretty Store Sweet Color black nail art liner. Use coupon code YCL91 for 10% off. For the rest of my nails, I have on Salon Perfect Sugar Cube. For the flowers, I dotted dots on each nail with Barielle Welcome Ohm and Barielle A Bouquet For Ava. I dotted and swirled white in each flower center with a toothpick. I added leaves using Barielle Do Unto Others with a toothpick and dotted black dots on the free white spaces. Finished with Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat.

Easy Floral Nail Art
Easy Floral Nail Art

I loved how this turned out but I'm a little bummed that I smudged the design a little when I applied the top coat. What do you think of this easy floral manicure?

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42 comments:

  1. This is so cute!! The colors work so well together, all a little muted but still stand out!

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  2. Can't see any smudge. I liked the moment I saw it :-)

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  3. This is great! I love the colour combination and the flowers look great! I love this reinvention! :)

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  4. I love the black dots and how swirly your flowers look. Great job Lisa! The colours are gorgeous.

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  5. Wow!!! such a pretty nail art loved it <3

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  6. This is just too adorable! I love it so much!

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  7. Cute! I've always wanted to do flowers but never tried because I can't draw... these seem like an easy alternative :) Thanks so much for posting the tutorial btw... I hate it when bloggers don't and I have to search for it lol

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    1. Thanks and you should give this a try! It was very easy :) Haha your welcome. I find it helpful to link back to the source on where I got the inspiration from so I'm happy to hear you think the same.

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  8. Wow! This is so beautiful and gentle!

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  9. This is so pretty Lisa! I love the way the flowers turned out, the look like vintage roses you would see on tea cups!

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    1. Totally agree Dani, they do look like that! Thanks! :)

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  10. I suck at roses. These look like something I should try!

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    1. You should! They were so easy to do!

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  11. Ooh, I was scared to try this rose look as I stink at freehand, but your instructions are very easy to follow and I may try! They look beautiful! xx

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    1. Thanks! You should try it, it wasn't that hard to do :)

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  12. Those vintage roses are adorable ^_^

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  13. These are beautiful Lisa, and perfect for spring!

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  14. I really love the way this turned out. It's really sweet and spring-like. I didn't even see the anything until you mentioned it, and even then, I REALLY had to look hard for it

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    1. Thanks Manda! Haha, I guess I'm just super hard on myself :)

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  15. This is so pretty! You're inspiring me to give some roses a try. :)

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    1. Go try roses Cynthia! You'll do great at it :)

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