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Get the Look: Floral Nail By Burkatron

Step 1: Begin by painting a pale pink/cream base colour and leave to dry. Take a dark pink polish and paint a rough circles on some

floral nail artS

Use: OPI My Very First Knockwurst as a base. For the dark pink use: Essie No Boundaries.

OPI my very first Knockwurst - pink nail polish

Step 2: Take a few pink nail polishes varying from dark to light in shade, you’ll be using these to add depth and turn the pink circles into blooms! Wipe any excess from the polish brush and lightly sweep small stokes inside
the pink circles you painted in step 1 to suggest petals.
Step 3: Take a lemon nail polish like butter London in Jasper and apply several circles to alternate nails, we’re now creating some yellow tone flowers. As in the previous step sweep on some darker colours in peach and pink to suggest petals.

floral nailsS

 

Step 4: For the final flowers start with grey circles and apply more pink and white highlights using the same petal stroke technique. You don’t want the grey to be too visible, it’s just to peek through as a contrast!

Use: Essie Cocktail Bling and get great detail from the Orly Detail Brush Tool.

Step 5: Finish the flower design by adding the green leaves! Take a dark and light green polish and dab around the flowers, it will frame the flowers and bring the whole design together. Once you’re happy with your design seal well with top coat to protect it!

Use: Leighton Denny Shipwrecked, Deborah Lippmann Laughin’ to the bank and Seche Vite Top Coat.

10599535-1333639794-218500Deborah Lippmann Laughin' all the way to the bank

 

Hope you like it!

Guest blog by – Burkatron.com

 

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Laura

Laura

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Major fan of scented candles, Make Up brushes and Highlighter. I’m always on the hunt for those Holy Grail products and my dressing table is covered in more beauty products than I like to admit. As an adopted Northerner originally from Brighton, I spend most my days wondering what all this rain is about. My hair isn’t grateful for the move. Currently loving: NIOD Photography Fluid