The Lotus Tree Created With Mezmris Nail Lacquer Products - Freehand Nail Art

Allo polish Pals!
I hope you are all having a super Saturday so far! I'm odd to celebrate my Dutch niece's 9th birthday. The weathe here has been crazy at 32 degrees, can only imagine how it's going to be in the car!

MY GIVEAWAY has ENDED!  Over 5.k people entered!! I will be announcing the winner during the day/evening (such as life.. I'm out on the day it ends, ha. ¬_¬ ) 

You may have seen a small picture of this if you follow me on Instagram – I've mentioned Mezmris Nail Lacquer previously and I used this nail art to test both of the base coat, top coat and blue polish out. I figured as a freehand artist.. Any top coat has to live up to a smudge-free job, Who would want to spent 3-4 hours painting tiny things only to smudge it all.. the horror!
If you normally read what products I used in each manicure then you'll know I've been a fan of OPI's 'Nail Envy' for sometime however since I found Mezmris Nail Lacquer I am obsessed..

My nails are loving the base coat for the health benefits and vitamins it contains, its incredibly fast drying which is just what I need when I think of starting a big piece of nail art ~ Then there's the top coat.. It provides such a wonderful high gloss finish with no shrinkage and absolutely no smudging to my freehand designs. I actually feel like the colours of my acrylic paint really come to life after application. I am more than happy with these and would certainly purchase when I run low!

For this manicure I began with Mezmris Nail Lacquer's base coat and with it being dry in a millisecond I moved onto my blank canvas, which was Mezmris Nail Lacquer's Blue, I applied two effortlessly smooth coats. I then used Mezmris Nail Lacquer's top coat to create a paint-to-polish barrier (Cos I'm just weird, ok?! Don't let them touch! - why?! who knows?! Maybe there will be weird unforseen consequences...) I then used a whole bunch of acrylic paints and my fave brushes to create my moody Lotus/tree scenery.

I finished it all off with Mezmris's top coat again. I loved how shiny it was! - Its kinda crazy how using metallic paints can look really lustre and almost silky at times :D Only the last picture was matte, because you know I like a matte picture.. Lets not break a tradition. I'm a creature of habit.

Have you heard of Mezmris Nail Lacquer before? What do you think of my fantasy style scenery?

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Have yourselves a beautiful day, I'll be back on Wednesday for some more nail art fun.



  1. That clouds are soo soft and fluffy ♥ ♥ ♥

  2. So pretty!! I keep thinking of that starry beach scene... In my mind I've already added the horse from a few post after the beach and I can totally see myself riding the coast line until I encountered this scene (completely disregarding the fact that this is not the sea on your nails ;)


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