Northern Doodles

Happy Thursday!

How has everyone’s week going? I’ve been busy with work, work, soccer, baseball and trying to fix my cars exhaust. Luckily the second jobs grass lawn tractor is broken so I got sent home early. Opened up some time to paint my nails!

I used OPI Turn on the Northern Lights, China Glaze White on White and MoYou London Doodles stamping plate 07.

I kept it simple today and stamped various images from the same plate.

Thank you everyone for stopping by! I am away on a business trip next week so I’m not sure if I will be able to post my mani Monday nails. Hopefully I’ll have some time too! Have a great weekend!

~Genevieve
xoxo

 

Purple Polka Dots

Happy Thursday!

Do you know what today is!?! It’s the start of MAPLE LEAFS POST SEASON! I’m so excited that the leafs made the playoffs. Less excited they are playing the Bruins as that is my BF’s team. So may the best team win!

I really wanted to do hockey themed nails for today but I’ve been sick so I decided it was best that I rest. So I’ve got purple polka dots to share today!

Products Used:
Base: OPI O Suzi Mio
Dots: Picture Polish Eerie, Essie Full Steam Ahead, KB Shimmer Berry Chill & Zoya Iris

I created a tutorial that I will share tomorrow, but after I painted my the base colour I used a small dotting tool to create a different dot pattern on each nail starting with the lightest purple to the darkest. I wish the Zoya polish showed better on the dark base, but now I know for next time.

Thank you everyone for stopping by! I’m going to be watching playoff hockey tonight and I can’t wait!!

~Genevieve
xoxo

Picasso

Happy Friday!

Today’s nails were inspired by an article I found on Buzzfeed, I’ve linked it HERE. I went on Instagram and wanted to see who else has done something like it. They’re wasn’t many people doing this design but I love the line work so I gave it a shot.

The nail art is inspired by Picasso (and the buzzfeed article).

Products Used:
Button Down gel polish from Bundle Monster & OPI 4 in the Morning.

I used a skinny paint brush to create the line work. I googles images of Picasso’s work to get further inspiration on how to draw the faces. It was super easy to create.

This nail art was so easy to do but I thought it was so elegant. I wore these nails for a few days, and I couldn’t take my eyes off them.

Thanks everyone for stopping by! Have a wonderful weekend and try to stay warm in this crazy snowy weather!

~Genevieve
xoxo