This nail art is inspired by Thakoon 2013 Resort collection. I actually love a lot of his pieces in this collection. There are a lot of lovely color blocking and bold patterns. I settled on this dress pattern just because I thought it would be easy to replicate and I figured I haven't done any nail stamping in a while.
I forgot how messy nail stamping was. I think nail art in general is messy, so I have no idea how some nail bloggers have their nails look so picture perfect. Maybe it'll look a lot better with practice or with some heavy retouching. Anyways, this nail art looks complicated, but it's really easy to do. Also... it a kind of a nail art that looks better from afar. Maybe it's because my pictures show so many imperfections. Anyways, keep reading for materials and tutorial!
- Turquoise Nail Polish
- Julep "Robin"
- Light Blue Nail Polish
- American Apparel Nail Lacquer "The Valley"
- Mint Green Polish
- American Apparel Nail Lacquer "Office"
- Black Polish
- OPI "Black Oynx"
- Konad Black Polish
- Konad Image Plate M65
- Konad Nail Stamping Kit
- Nail Art brush
- Paint your nails white and allow it to dry.
- Using Konad Black special polish, place a drop on the M65 image. Scrap and transfer the image onto your nail. It's okay if it's a little smudged, you can touch it up later.
- Using a nail art brush and mint green nail polish, paint three thick stripes. Feel free to paint it horizontally like the dress. I chose to paint it diagonally just to make the design a little more interesting.
- Using a toothpick or a very fine nail art brush, use a turquoise polish to outline parts of the flowers, but try not cover too much of the black lines.
- Use a dotter and regular black polish, create dots in areas with too much white space.
- With the smaller end of the dotter or with a tooth pick, dot light blue polish within the black dot. Do any touchup that is necessary. This should complete the look! Finish it off with a top coat and you're done.
For more fashion inspired nail art, click HERE! If you love what you see, please feel free to share it, Like it, Tweet it, Pin in! It's like a social media Bop It. Anyways, I hope you all enjoy the rest of your week.