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Flocking powder pattern

Hi friends, I can’t believe it’s Thursday already… days go by so fast. As usual, I have been busy trying to find new and creative ways to do nail art. This time I got the idea to use flocking powder te create patterns. I am not sure if…

Lace nails tutorial

Hi again. My Essie lace pattern nails from the other day have been a hit and I decided to do lace nails tutorial for you. It’s quite simple if you have the right tools. All you need for this design is a small nail brush and a dotting…

Essie Navigate her

Hi friends! Today I have some super super cute nail art to show off. It started off with another Essie from my last weeks haul. I chose Navigate her as a base because I love the pastel green and wanted to share it with you. Here is the…

Sunny nails

Hi all, This week started with great and sunny weather but today seems a bit gray here in North East. I decided to do some bright yellow nails to brighten your day just a little bit. I hope it helps! For this look I used Color Club…

Jewellery nail challenge.

Hi nail art friends, Today is the last Bank Holiday and we have been lucky with the weather, I took my pooch out earlier and it truly felt like summer :) Today’s nails are inspired by a piece of jewellery as I am taking part in the She…

Ocean blue nails.

Good morning, Happy Bank Holiday weekend, I hope you all are having a good time. I have had a blast creating these ocean blue nails. Saw this beautiful Chit Chat glitter polish at Lisa’s Nail blog few months ago and just had to get it. Furthermore, it was…

Plaid nails tutorial

Hi all, Today I have an easy plaid nails tutorial for you. I did promise a tutorial over the weekend but the past two days passed so quick that I didn’t even have any time to sit down do my nails. I have gotten few tutorial…

Dry water marble

Hi all, Happy Friday! Today I have dry water marble nails for you. It’s pretty simple to do: be generous with polish when applying the main coat and then drop a bit of different colour in and mix it up with a toothpick. Simple enough and gorgeous…