Nailart: Flower and Glitter Accent

Hey everyone,

there is no Sunday Favorites Post today, as I gave my blog a little makeover over the weekend. I love the way it looks now, what do you think?? 🙂 But now, onto some nail art!

I did this cute little accent mani the other day using all ColorClub polishes and I really liked how it turned out!

For my base colour I used ColorClub Wicker Park, a gorgeous purple, almost pink colour. I already mentioned in a previous post about my favourite purple polishes, that this one made it to my top picks when it comes to purple, it’s such a pretty shade!

For the flowers I used a large dotting tool and the light blue shade Holy Chic!, then outlined them with Bell Bottom Babe using a thin nail art brush. These are two stunning colors that go really well together! For the leaves I used La Petite Mint-Seur and outlined them with ChinaGlaze Too Yacht To Handle, the only non-ColorClub polish in this mani. For this I used the thin brush again.

On my accent nail I’m wearing ColorClub’s Friends With Benefits from the new Seven Deadly Sins Collection which is the coolest dark purple-ish glitter ever! At first I thought it would be kind of textured or like a Liquid Sand polish, but it went on really smooth and looks so pretty!

Bottle shown: ColorClub Wicker Park
Bottle shown: ColorClub Holy Chic!
Bottle shown: ColorClub La Petite Mint-Seur
Bottle shown: ColorClub Friends With Benefits
All the ColorClub shades I used for this manicure

I hope you enjoyed my ColorClub mani, I love all of these colours and had so much fun playing with them and creating this look! 🙂

If you have a question or just want to make me smile, drop me a comment below 🙂

Lots of Love,

Disclaimer: All opinions stated are my own, I was not paid nor do I benefit from writing about these polishes, they are just plain freaking gorgeous! 🙂

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