Snowflakes

Hiya!,

How are you doing? I'm alright just trying to get a schedule back in order for myself seeing as both the little one and myself are back in school and she now has skating lessons on Mondays. She had a blast yesterday. I think it's time I invest in my own personal planner lol. Seeing as it's been rather cold the past few days here in Toronto, I figured it's time for a snowflake mani. See more after the jump!

Snowflakes

I know the green may not be the typical color for a base of a snowflake mani but I just had to use it. I also kept the snowflakes very simple by keeping them near the tips of the nails.

Snowflakes

I've got a few manis left to share with this nail shape so you're going to get a mixture of this one and my new nail shape lol.

Snowflakes

Snowflakes

Polishes Used:
Duri Rejuvacote, Polished For Days Under The Mistletoe, Glisten & Glow HK Girl Fast Drying Top Coat

Products/Tools Used:
  • DecoArt Crafter's Acrylic Paint: White
  • Dotting Tool
  • Nail Art Brush


Have you done any snowflake manis for the winter? Is it cold where you are? Do you like winter? Let's chat in the comments down below!

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16 comments

  1. I love the freehand snowflakes! I like how you added a bit of bling with ILNP Mega. So cute! And the green base is awesome :)

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  2. Super cute, that green is phenomenal!

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  3. Never attempted freehand snowflakes. Yours are beautiful x

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  4. Thank you Tracey. You should it sometime.

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  5. Thanks so much! It really is gorgeous.

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  6. I adore how the snowflakes look against the green. So pretty.

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  7. Free hand!? GET OUT! Such a fantastic job on those!

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  8. Naked Without PolishJanuary 14, 2016 10:44 PM

    They turned out beautifully!! Great choice of base.

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  9. Ive never done freehand snowflakes, and I love that green!!

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  10. I bet yours would turn out awesome, and the green is fantastic! Thanks Tiffany.

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