Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Nail Art | Inspired by Kirakiradoodles

I have a special Birthday blog post for you today!

When my bestie Alix (@teoqeg) asked me to join in on a birthday collab for her partner in crime, Lynnae and I saw what her list of likes were I knew I had to do something inspired by Kirakiradoodles. I've been eyeing her instagram page for quite some time now and I've wanted to do an inspired by mani for a while.

I couldn't decide on just one design, so I went with a skittles kind of nail art for this mani. Happy Freaking Birthday Lynnae! I hope you love it!

 I started this nail art with a base of OPI Alpine Snow (white) on my index, middle and pinkie nails and a base of Essie Borrowed and Blue on my thumb and ring fingers. After I painted on the bases I added a fast dry topcoat to give me a smooth surface to paint on and to keep the polish under it safe in case I had to wash off any mistakes.

After the topcoat dried, I used a whole bunch of acrylic paints to add the designs I liked the best when going through @kirakiradoodles Instagram page. It was so hard to even choose these designs!!

After I was done painting, I added another layer of fast dry topcoat.

I love the little Golden Snitch on my thumb the best. <3 

Once everything was dry I finished it off with a thick coat of OPI Matte Top Coat so that it looked more like paper.

Overall I am sooooo super happy with these and I hope they last cause I want to wear them forever!

Lynnae, I hope your birthday is a blast and you have an awesome time with whatever you do!

For the rest of you, make sure you check out #misslynnaeturns27 on instagram to see all the other beautiful nail art for Lynnae (@misslynnae) today! And don't forget to go see all the beautiful polish Alix and Lynnae make at Nvr Enuff Polish

***All items in this post were purchased by me. Please see my disclosure page for more information.***

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