packing my suitecase again already!
This time I'm going to Sicily with my parents and a couple of family friends.
I had in mind this mani for this trip ever since I did the Cyprus one, cause I thought that a natural french would make the perfect look not to be worried for it to ruin in a long time and even if it does it is so natural that it shouldn't show to awfully.
So this time, up to the photos of the look first:
Yes, I always get dirty and messy like a kindergarden child with coloring book, and I never care enough to clean myself before taking pics ;D
To spice it up a bit..ehm, well..to cover up some red spots remained from my last mani..
I just dotted some black tiny flowers on a couple of nails
Ok, acting silly again..
(actually I was singing this song along)
((yeah I know, I always sing or whistle while taking pics for this blog))
Ok, let's get back to business:
Actually, it hasn't been as easy as it may appear to acheive this look.
I have first layers a good coat of COLLISTAR gel and volume effect, which is the one I always use when I want the look to last long. Then two generous coats of O'NELLY BY CALAR N.4. When I decided to do his look, I've immediately thought of this one, cause it's a pearly meaty one but it's still a see through shade that leaves the natural effect.I have then designed the tips free hand (had to re-do some like 3 times) with my matte white nail art pen. I have chosen to make them thinner than they actrually are, since I have super thick nail tips (not that I care, but I have been laughed at for this once, from some indian or african women during a trip, can't remember). So, afterwards I went on with a couple of other good coats of the same sri lankan super stinky enamel (Nelly by Calar, it smells like petrol, I swear!) and finished off with a last super generous coat of the Collistar, and designing the flowers with the black nail art pen.
HERE'S WHAT I'VE USED (and the mess I've done on my bed)