Category: Pastel

  1. Sweet mint gradient nails

    Pastel teal ombre manicure

    I created this manicure with only two nail polishes — pale blue (as seen on my thumb) and pastel green (as on my pinky). The rest of the colours were achieved by mixing these two nail polishes.


  2. Cute and Glamorous Ruffian Manicure

    White and gold Ruffian nails

    I created this subtle and glamorous Ruffian manicure inspired by Evelina’s looks. She is in love with gold and everything she creates is super girly, glam and cute in the best possible way.

    This nail design is dead simple (just like all my nail desings) but looks effective. Ruffian manicure (aka reversed French) is my new favourite!


  3. Shining Crystal Rhinestones

    Crystal Sparkling Rhinestones

    In this manicure I used the most sparkling rhinestones I’ve ever had. They look gorgeous both in direct sunlight and in the shade.


  4. Negative Space Hearts Manicure

    Valentine's Day nails with negative space hearts

    The Valentine’s Day is coming! This is probably the best time of the year for a lovely heart nail design. The negative space design is a popular nail art trend today. In addition, it is easy to make and some of the ideas can be very creative and original. To create this manicure, I used heart-shaped gold metal flakes, pastel nail polish 415 Instyle Coral by Rimmel 60 Seconds and the nail brush with acetone to create the negative space effect.
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  5. Cheese Nails

    Cheese manicure

    On Halloween I decided to dress up as a mouse. So I drew whiskers and a mouse nose on my face with grey eye-liner, made two buns on my head and made made a cheese manicure.
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  6. Pastel Polka Dot Manicure

    Pink orange yellow polka dot manicure

    The whole point of this manicure is careful selection of different shades of nail polishes. Choose the pastel shade as a base, and then apply dots with the dotting tool on the top with more saturated shade of the same colour.
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  7. Glitter Jelly Sandwich: First Tryout

    Glitter jelly sandwich

    Glitter Jelly Sandwich technique dulls the glitter to create a more subtle and delicate look. In other words, your manicure will be glossy and shiny, but not too sparkling.

    This is my first tryout of the glitter sandwich technique. I can’t say that this attempt was successful, but not a disaster either. Anyways, we always need something to start from. A good thing about this mani is that I managed to achieve the effect of depth, which means that some glitter sparkle more, and some glitter “sank” deeper into the nail. (more…)


  8. Pastel Spring Design

    Matte pastel nails

    Spring is coming! Easter holidays and good sunny mood have inspired me to create a soft pastel design with matte finish and some gold square studs. Also, this design reminds me of the Easter eggs. Happy holidays everyone! (more…)


  9. Classic French Ombre

    Classic white french manicure

    I don’t do classic nail designs often. Most of them seem to me a little bit boring and dull. Than’t why, even if I’m in a classy mood, I make something that is more interesting than pink base and white tips. That’s how I came up with this classic french ombre nail design. (more…)

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