After few reviews on my blog it's time for another nail design. Yesterday I made a gorgeous manicure that I just had to share with you. I also haven't done any nail tutorial for ages, so I included one in this post.
Photo1: I started with Manhattan 29Z, a golden metallic shade, which is a great base for this design (and my inspiration for calling it vintage).
Photo 2: Then I did a saran wrap technique with Catrice First Class Up-Grape. I think most of you already know this technique, but if you don't check out this tutorial.
Photo 3: Then it's was time to draw flowers. The color selection depends on you, but I decided to use a black and white combination. For this step I used white nail polish S-he 115 and a dotting tool. In the middle of the finger I made a flower placing one dot near another, next to it I did a big dot, then again a flower, this time smaller, and in the end two small dots.
Photo 4: Next step was to repeat everything I did in previous step, just with black color. I used Essie Mind Your Mittens. I placed smaller flowers and dots into bigger white flowers and dots.
Photo 5: I used S-he 115 again and place one small dot in the middle of each flower.
Photo 6: In the end I used fast drying top coat to seal the manicure.
And this is the final result. I personally love it a lot. It also has the fall touch because of a golden and a burgundy shade I used.
Let me know what you think about this manicure. Thank you for reading!