Allo polish Pals!
How are you all doing today? I hope you are doing great! Is the weather beautiful where you are?
Yesterday was another fun day out with my sister-in-law and Dutch niece (if you didn't know, I'm so close with Mr Bravo's family we're on those terms even though we are not married.) We went to an aquarium, walked on the beach, got lunch and took a little train tour of the area. It was a lovely!
Today's post is one I've been pushing back however I've been finding myself getting really stressed and having panics about posting certain items (review) I have two lots of manicures that have been done twice over and I'm still really unhappy with them..
So instead I am going to show you some weird acrylic-gradient balls and patterns that I created while in England until I figure those out!
I really don't feel like there is too much to say about this nail art. I think it was the first freehand I did while I was home. I began with my usual base of OPI's 'Nail Envy' and once dry applied 2 layers of H&M's Black polish (Thank you, Super Jodie!) I then created white circles and attempted to create pink-purple gradients within each one. I added some lines – all freehand (please forgive!) and added a layer of Catrice's 'Matte & More' to give it all a slightly pinky tint!
I am surrounded by notes and lists of what needs to be posted on what dates and you guys have mentioned before how I seem to keep such a good schedule and mostly it is fine – it works for me. But when I have a couple of things that just don't work I get flustered and want to redo them until I am at last 'ok' about them myself. Especially if I am using products I like, I want to show them in the best possible ways. Tomorrow I'll get out in the countryside (sorta) on the bike, let my mind refresh and get back to re-doing and reorganizing!
What do you think of my strange matte pattern nails? Do you prefer seeing light or dark colours when it comes to matte nails?
Have yourself a fantastic day! I'll be back again on Saturday with some more nail art, hope to see you then!