Hii girls, I am so much behind schedule these days that I did this nail art on 3rd August and am posting after a month. Anyways this nail art is special because I did it to attend wedding of a close friend of mine. Her wedding was special for 2 reasons, first of course was that my friend found her life partner and second she got me China Glaze set of textured nail paints from US 😀
I will cover that in my next post. For now I will share a simple yet colorful and festive nail art. I had to wear a red and blue dress so the nail art definitely had to be in sync.
This was quite simple but I had to rack my brains to zero down to this one. I was super busy and running late. My new office has Saturday working and you can’t imagine how my heart bleeds out saying that. So it was a half day Saturday which extended upto like full day 😦 . Then I went to parlor to get myself a bit presentable. And then finally reached home when it was only an hour left which included me getting dressed and all.
So with all limited time and limited energy I came up with this. I did a base coat and painted the tips of my nails red. I sprinkled some red glitter on it to set the mood for party 😛 Then using acrylic paints I did the polka dot work (my husband insisted on getting polka dots) .You could either use a dotting tool or a toothpick.
I know, probably this nail art is not out of the world but with the dress it looked so exclusive and complete. But I had a tragedy towards the end. The dress was new and I had never tried it before. So when I put it on the D Day it didn’t fit me well :(. But I was already ready with the nail art and it just made sense with that particular dress. I hope you girls would agree how we put together every little thing to make the attire complete. So I took help of some safety pins and managed to get a acceptable fitting.
I guess we girls are so determined at times that we take so many extra miles to just see the picture we have in our mind :). Anyways, that’s girl power I guess and I hope you all like the nail art.
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