Here are four fun and easy DIY nail designs inspired by the collections of the best fashion designers in the biz!
Nothing screams spring more than floral. While a flowery print may be an obvious sartorial choice, it is still surprising to see on nails — especially if done in an abstract way! These nails were inspired by the prints seen at Etro's spring 2013 show, specifically by a pair of black and white pants with a floral stripe.
The supplies you need include: A small paint brush, Sally Hansen Blue Me Away, Zoya Kara, China Glaze Liquid Leather, Essie Lovie Dovie, Sally Hansen Mellow Yellow, SinfulColors Innocent and Sally Hansen White On.
Start by painting half of the nail black and let it dry. You don't have to be precise because when it's dry, you will then paint white alongside it making a textured line along the middle of the nail.
With the small paint brush, make some small blobs of color (representing an abstract flower), starting with yellow, then adding a small amount of green. Follow this process with a larger shape of light pink and then a bit of darker pink in the middle of that. Give it a few small blue accents as well.
When it's dry, finish with a top coat to make the flower you have just created really pop.
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