Freehand Rainbow and Rain Drop Nail Art

Allo polish Pals!

How are you doing today? I hope you are doing great!
I've been doing my best to reorganize myself, I'm normally not too bad at it and while I still have a whole bunch of manicures to keep sharing with you I sort of lapsed on the editing side. Never mind, all caught up and ready to go now. I think! 

I finally updated the 'About Me'  - I've always been honest about myself but I always 'held back' there are things there you may or may not have known about me. If you fancy, I'm not forcing you to read it, ofc haha!

Today's manicure is one of my entries for the Facebook community, Tiny Canvas - if your on facebook and have not joined... You should! Its just a lovely bunch of ladies all sharing their passion for nail art!  They used to throw a weekly challenges however now Dani (@Stormysway) has changed it so you can see the next few upcoming prompts in one go, which fits in perfectly with my OCD planning and scheduling, it means I have been able to take part in more of the challenges – yay!

The prompt for this challenge was weather.You guys know me by now.. I'm a sucker for a good rainbow!

For this manicure I began with my with my OPI's 'Nail Envy' and once dry I applied three coats of Essie's 'Bride To Be' to all my nails except my ring finger.

On my ring finger I applied a blue polish from a new up coming indie brand called Mezmris Nail Lacquer. (I've been lucky enough to be a first trial tester of her polishes. If you follow me on IG You'll know I am insanely in love with her base and topcoat already - I'm pulling out the Nail Envy less and less) Omg the silver love.

I applied a layer of Pro-FX because I like a barrier between my polish and art and then proceeded to create a rainbow ruffian to my nude nails. I applied some water drops and sealed everything in with a final coat of Pro-FX. On my pretty blue ring finger I added a stud from the Born Pretty Store (Here is my stud review)

I think this is a pretty simple manicure but I kinda like how it turned out. I redid the ring finger about three times, first I was painting the sun but was too unsatisfied so I decided to just go with the stud and I kinda like how it worked together even more! What do you guys think?

Have you had nails influenced by weather types before? What do you think of this manicure?

I hope you have a wonderful day, if you liked this nail art please be an angel and share using one of the buttons below (I'll be super grateful!) I'll be back Tuesday for more nail fun!



  1. This is a rainbow with drops of rain and even jewellery sun - great job!

  2. Ooooo....What a perfecttttttt mani for a rainy season here...I think I should try rainbows on my nails soon! ^_^

    1. Thank you so much, Nailfame! Ohh do you like rain?? I'd LOVE to see rainbows on your nails!! xx


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