Snowflake Nail Art

Hello my lovely readers!

Ah it's the weekend..have you anything fun planned? I'm aiming to get my Christmas tree up today (once I've bought one) and also go to some Christmas markets happening near us. Hopefully the horrible sleet/wind/hail weather will hold off for a little longer so we can enjoy it.

Anyway, today I have my FIRST EVER Christmas nail art to share with you. I decided to start small with a snowflake design.





I used OPI 'My Boyfriend Scales Walls', George 'Cloudless Sky', white striper by Color Club and silver glitter polish by Primark. 
Can I just say, Primark polish is underrated! This glitter came in a small pack of four polishes for £2.00 and its gorgeous! The bigger hexes are all holographic goodness and it really brought this design together. Granted, the polishes smell a little weird and are a bit gloopy but I can live with that for 50p a bottle :)

I'm really happy with this design, so much so that I don't want to take it off. But...onto the next!

Let me know what you think.
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9 comments:

  1. lovely gradient colour choice, fab snowflakes too

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  2. Gorgeous nails! Absolutely in love with this design. <3

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  3. Hiya!

    Love this. I'm all about nail varnish on a budget. Being from Ireland we have Pennys (Irish version of Primark) and love their nail varnish. Mixing high street like OPI with Primark is very cool and cost effective :)

    Cant wait to see your next post.

    Sarah
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    1. Thank you Sarah! I love budget brands, especially when my money is supposed to be being spent on others! It's always good to know you can still pick up a few nice polishes without feeling guilty :)x

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  4. OMG!!! This mani looks so stunning. Love the color combos and the Christmas design. This is really perfect this coming holiday season.

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  5. I really appreciate this one, because usually snow flakes arts are too hard to realize for a beginner like me, but I think I will try this cute one though! All other beginners are welcome in my blog to share and experts like you are very welcome too, to learn from! :) I'd like to build up overall a community of friends with same passions.

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