Rainbow Squiggles

Happy Mani Monday!

After a festive weekend of drinking like the Irish, I wanted to continue the love with a squiggly rainbow. It also turns out that my dad is 100% Irish and my mom is Irish and Polish (thanks to the ancestry tests). Needless to say it was good time to find out your heritage.

Products Used:
Today’s rainbow is brought to you by the polish China Glaze. Starting at red: Seas The Day, Stoked to be Soaked, Sun Upon My Skin, Shore Enuff, Sea The Point & What a Pansy.

The rainbow squigglies were all done free hand. I just went with the flow.

Thank you everyone for stopping by! I hope you all had a great weekend and will have a wonderful week.

~Genevieve
xoxo

 

 

Abstract & the Flower

Happy Mani Monday!

How was everyone’s weekend? I had a wonderfully relaxing weekend. My BF and I had a fire on out deck last night, it was a bit chilly but I brought out a fuzzy blanket. It was perfect!

Today’s nails are somewhat abstract with some flower stamping.

Products Used:
Picture Polish Eerie, Cosmetic Arts pink polish, China Glaze Liquid Leather & MoYou London Flower Power 04

I did the pink abstract spaces using a thin brush. I didn’t use tape because I wasn’t sure what shapes I was going to draw. I stamped the flower on where ever I wanted. There was a few times I just closed my eyes and hope the stamp hit my nail. It worked great and I love the randomness of the stamp.

Thank you everyone for stopping by! I hope everyone has a wonderful week!

~Genevieve
xoxo

Dry Blue Brush

Happy Friday! And can you believe it’s already March!

What a crazy day it has already been. I’m so glad its Friday! Today I have some dry brush nail art in a few shades of blue.

Products Used:
Base: Color Club Pure Energy
Dry Brush: China Glaze Frostbite, Essie Where’s My Chauffeur & A light blue Color Club polish that has no name on it.

I love the way dry brush looks. Reminds me of paintings. And with the blue it has a crashing ocean wave feel. To do this I took the nail polish brush and wiped it on the edge of  the bottle until it had very little polish. I then took that and brushed it over my nails.

Thank you everyone for stopping by! I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend.

~Genevieve
xoxo