Through The Keyhole - Freehand Wood and Swan Nail Art

Allo polish Pals!

How are you doing today? Today Mr Bravo and I will head back to Holland. I always hate saying goodbye to my family at the airport...It somehow never gets much easier. But I had a wonderful time at home. Now its time to go back and get serious with my goals.

Anyway, Today I have some nail art I was really proud of.. until I have to come to a really tricky dilemma. Do I used the top coat I normally use for my acrylic designs even though it was almost out and on the sticky side... or use the new Barry M one that seemed to darken all my acrylic paint...?

Sadly I went for the first option and this piece came riddled with micro bubbles... I was really pleased with it before I saw the pictures! I'm still going to share it with you because I like the concept and colours.


For this manicure I really only used one nail polish which you can not even see. I used my regular 'Nail Envy' base coat from OPI and once dry applied two coats of Rimmels 'Rain Rain, Go Away' which... seems really random now but my white is kinda depleted (Why does everything run out all at the same time? - does that happen to you?) I created everything else with acrylic paint.

I wanted this to look like you could be looking through a keyhole into a beautiful fantasy land with a gorgeous sunset and a calming swan lake.

What is your go to base coat, do you use it with acrylics?
What do you think of this nail art design? Would you want to go through that door?

Have a beautiful day!
Love
Ithi
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7 comments

  1. absolutely amazing nail art dear Ithi!!

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  2. wow, this is some pretty serious art my dear *.*

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  3. Amazing!!!*___*
    I like the idea of the keyhole. The wooden effect looks great. The delicate color that you used to represent the sunset and the swan are so beautiful.:D

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  4. I must say...You are a great great great translator of imagination on nails! I love to see your manis! Just irresistible! And these one too is not an exception!It's Mind blowwwwing! <3

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  5. Such an ingenious nail art idea and that swan and background you made it looks like a dream. Fantastic work!

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  6. That is so gorgeous, great idea <3

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