Thursday, May 05, 2011

Floral Nail Art Series - Cherry Blossoms

Hey guys!

I recently got a request to do a cherry blossom nail art design and I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to use a polish that I have been dying to use - Essie's Turquoise & Caicos. I got this polish a couple of months ago and I've been trying to find a nail art design to incorporate it into ever since but I haven't been able to. I'm so glad I was finally able to use it because I just love this shade!

I was also inspired by this design to start a new series - a floral one! I already have a few other ideas for this series but I'd love to hear more requests from you guys! You can leave your ideas in the comments or you can email me by going to the contact tab at the top of the page. :)

Anyways, onto the mani!

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Products:
China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat
Essie - Turquoise & Caicos (base)
OPI - Black Onyx (tree branches)
Orly - White Tips (flowers)
OPI - Flower-to-Flower (middle of flowers)
Seche Vite Top Coat

23 comments:

  1. This is so wonderful!
    perfect for spring!

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  2. I am absolutely in love with this. Any chance of a tutorial!?

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  3. you really talented girl, I'm jealous :p

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  4. These are one of my favorites of the ones that you've done. Mind you, the fact that I'm obsessed with cherry blossoms may have something to do with it. Either way, beautiful.

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  5. So nice mani! ^^ Perfect!
    Lu

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  6. this is so gorgeous, you seriously have the steadiest hand on Earth!

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  7. i like this manicure a lot! so springly

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  8. omg, those are beautiful! *.*

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  9. Your designs always look so perfect and clean--with no visible errors. I'm jealous! This is great! (:

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  10. Love it, the base color is perfect for these blossoms! How about a challenge for a bird of paradise mani??

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  11. Lovely work! Def going to try this.

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  12. Sooo, pretty! I wish i have longer nails to do this. I wonder if it would look ok on shorter nails?... ^.^

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  13. Girl you are SUPER talented and inspired me to want to try nail art... AMAZING job!!!!

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  14. Wow, thanks everyone!

    Breigh: This was a very simple design to execute so I think a tutorial might be a definite possibility. However, my boyfriend's Mom is on a trip right now and she borrowed my video camera so I will have to wait until she gets back before I can attempt a tutorial.

    Alison: Excellent idea! I'm definitely going to give that a try!

    Belen: Definitely! You could simply make the branches shorter and I think this would work really well on short nails.

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  15. oh man! i wish i could be creative to do something so nice! you should do a tutorial on this! :)

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  16. Really lovely! You're awesome :)

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  17. Aww... these are too cute...
    I will be trying these out soon...

    Keep up the amazing job.

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  18. I saw youtube guru with this tutorial.

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