Blue & Green Brush Strokes Nail Art

blue green brush strokes nail art

Hi guys!! Today I have some winter blue and green brush strokes nail art for you. I didn’t know what exactly to do with the two polishes from Cirque Colors Holiday 2016 Collection, so I decided to go with dry brush strokes and some stamping. I think these two look great together and maybe I should have done gradient, but I felt like doing something more chaotic. And this is what I created.

blue green brush strokes nail art blue green brush strokes nail art

First I did two coats of Essie – Blanc. And after it was fairly dry I started applying dry brush strokes with Cirque Colors – Idyllic and Cirque Colors – Winter Bloom. I started with Winter Bloom and then continued with Idyllic. And then I went over with WB again and so on. I think I repeated the whole thing for about four times, so the polishes were mixed together, but not too much.

After I was done with the whole dry brushing thing I waited a bit and then I stamped the pattern with MoYou London Holly Shapes plate No. 8 and MoYou London – Black Knight. And when the stamping was over I cleaned up the skin around nails. At the end I sealed the mani with MoYou London – Top Coat.

blue green brush strokes nail art

What do you think guys? How do you like my winter manicure? I feel like it’s beeing drawn towards spring, but it still wants to be about winter. Well, at least I feel this way. With all the freezing that’s been going on here lately. My skin can’t take it anymore, so I can’t wait for the spring :).

Thank you for stopping by and see you next time! xoxo

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6 Comments

  1. January 9, 2017 / 12:49 pm

    Cool mani! I just love winter bloom, it’s such a beautiful shade. ❤ What do you think of the MoYou top coat? I read that it’s supposed to be smudge free, so it should be perfect for stamping. 🙂

    • Lacquered Bits
      January 9, 2017 / 12:55 pm

      Thank you Hanna ❤ About MoYou top coat. Yes it+s smudge free, but it starts to peel off after two days. Even with another top coat over it. It starts to separate from the polish underneath, so I wouldn’t recommend buying it. I was so sad when it first happened, because it really doesn’t smudge the pattern, but that separating thing is annoying. But I heard that Bundle Monster released the smudge proof top coat as well and I wonder if that’s any better.

    • Lacquered Bits
      January 11, 2017 / 8:30 am

      Thank you Sasha ♥

  2. February 8, 2017 / 7:53 pm

    To me pa ful na morske deklice spominja!! TOP

    • Lacquered Bits
      February 8, 2017 / 8:33 pm

      Pa je res malo na to ja. Sploh nisem pomislila do sedaj 🙂 . Hvala! <3

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