Floral Nail Art

Floral Nail Art

Floral Nail Art is inspired by Yagala, a well known nail artist whose work I really admire. Combining a bright baby pink base with multi coloured roses in purple pink and blue with a matte finish. 

Items used for Floral Nail Art:

  • Jessica Jessana Flexible Fix Nail Concealer
  • Barry M Speedy Quick Dry Nail Paint Kiss Me Quick
  • Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Blackberry
  • Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Guava
  • Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Pink Punch
  • Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Cotton
  • Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Watermelon
  • Dotting Tools
  • Nail Art Brush
  • Barry M Matte Top Coat

 

Barry M Speedy Quick Dry Nail Paint Kiss Me Quick is a bright baby pink with a slightly sheer, thin formula. First coat applies streaky and uneven. Needs three coats for smooth opaque coverage. Dries fast to a shiny finish. This was applied as the base colour for nails before applying nail art.

The following colours were used for the floral design. They were swirled with Barry M Cotton (White) using a small dotting tool.

Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Blackberry is a lovely dark purple creme polish. It is quite thick and very opaque. Dries to a very high shine glossy finish.

Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Guava is a bright turquoise creme polish. It is highly opaque with a great formula. Dries to a glossy finish.

Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Pink Punch is a very bright, highly opaque, hot pink colour with a high shine finish.

Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Watermelon is a deep teal green creme polish. A great formula that is fully opaque in one coat. Dries to a high shine finish. This was applied with a nail art brush for the flower leaves.

Barry M Matte Top Coat removes glossy shine from nails, drying fast to a matte finish.