Monday, 15 December 2014

Festive wreath nails

Hi everyone,
So today's nails are a lot more festive than the ones I have previously posted this month. For some reason I'm not fully in the festive mood yet, maybe because I'm still at university until Friday or maybe I'm just waiting for the snow! Anyway, so for today's design I decided to do a festive wreath accent nail.
Here is the design I came up with:


I used No7 Sing the Blues, Models Own Pink Fizz, Barry M Gelly Coconut and Mint London Epic









I've always thought festive wreaths would make a good accent nail, but I didn't want to go for the traditional red and green colour scheme. Instead I went with my favourite metallic blue nail polish and pink. It also meant I got to use some of my new nails polishes from Clothes Show Live as well!



Overall I'm really happy with this design. It's not your typical festive colours but I love the combination - especially the metallic pink! The wreath really stands out against the glitter gradient too!
What do you think of this colour combination?
Do you like the accent nail?
Let me know what you think
Jayna
:)

8 comments:

  1. Ooh the metallic pink and blue look so good together!! The blue polish you used is a really gorgeous colour :)

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    1. Thank you Robin! It's my favourite blue nail polish but sadly they've discontinued it! - I'm forever on the hunt for a dupe of it! :)

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  2. That's cute. I like the pink thrown in there too.

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  3. OMG Love it! Festive, but not sickeningly so. ^_^ Great job.

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    1. Thank you Lizzy! Yeah I know what you mean, I wanted something a bit more subtle! :)

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  4. so beautiful!
    I love this manicure, you're so talented! :)

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