Monday, March 25, 2013

Diane Von Furstenberg Spring/Summer 2012 Inspired Nail Art

It finally feels like Spring, even though it's still on the colder side. I'm excited for Spring because next up is Summer! Time to pack away the dark colored sweater and bring out the bright color dresses! I'm getting really picky with my nail art inspiration, which is why I haven't blogged too much this month. But anyways, I finally encountered something I really like. This nail art inspiration is from Diane Von Furstenberg Spring/Summer 2012 Collection. Yeah it's an oldie, but it's so colorful, gorgeous, and fun! Anyways, I hope you like it!

So there is no tutorial for this nail art, because all I did was take my inspiration picture and replicate it to the best of my ability. The hardest part was the thumb! Creating even scales and "peep holes" were a challenge, but the rest of the design was much easier to do. This nail art definitely looks better from far away. You can see too many imperfections when it's close up.  Below are the polishes and materials I used to create this nail art. 

  • Pale Pink Polish
    • Julep "Reese"
  • Beige Polish
    • Julep "Teresa"
  • Black Polish
    • Julep "Brandt"
  • Navy Blue Polish
    • Julep "Eloise"
  • Hot Pink Polish 
    • Julep "Lauren"
  • White Polish
    • Julep "White On"
  • Dotter
  • Nail Art Brush 

As you can see, I use a lot of Julep Polishes! If you're interested in subscribing to this wonderful polish subscription program (available to Canadians and Americans) and building your collection, be sure to check out my beauty box link for more information! Use "PENNY" or "FREEBOX" to get your first box free. 


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