Freehand Pineapples and review of BornPretty Store Nail Art Brush

January 16, 2016 Setu 1 Comments

Hello Girls, How have you been? I know its lazy gloomy winters but to let you sail through it I have a super fresh pineapple nail art. Initially, I just thought of going with the flow and do a winter mani. But it’s giving me chills seeing so much winter outside window and even on everyone’s nails too. So I decided to do something which would make me peppy and fresh instead.

PineApple Nails

I wanted to do something summer, may be a summer fruit. I have been wanting to a freehand Pineapple nails for a very long time. And finally when I got these BornPretty Store brushes for review I was sure this was perfect for the pineapples I had in my mind.

Freehand PineApple Nails

I chose a very fresh pastel neon base for pineapples. I for sure wanted a summery feel irrespective of the weather outside. So I turned towards my latest favourites, Doctor Lacquer Scuba Loha. I picked a bright yet muted lemon green neon polish named ‘Lau’i Pala’. This polish glows brilliant neon in dark. I have enclosed a glowing picture for you to enjoy.

[caption id="attachment_6262" align="alignnone" width="600"]Freehand PineApple Nails in Dark PineApple Nails in Dark[/caption]

The freehand is all with Acrylic Paints, trimmed nail art brush (to fill in colours) and the BPS two ways brush sent for review for outlining. It took a lot of time finishing these pineapples as the work is quite intricate. Once the work was finished, I applied a mattifying top coat for a matte look.

Freehand PineApple Nails

My experience with the BornPretty Store brush: To begin with, it is the fanciest brush I have had. The look of the brush is girly with heart design and blingy with crystals, yet serious and professional in black at the same time. It is a two way brush with one end being super fine liner and the other end is flat brush which I think will help me to do one stroke.

Freehand PineApple Nails

The brush has caps on both sides making it safe and travel friendly. The weight of the brush is a little on higher side as compared with regular plastic brush. But after using I realised, the additional weight of the brush allows it to be steady and provides necessary friction from slipping on nails. You can buy these brushes here and also get a 10% off sitewide with coupon code HQBQ10.

1 comment:

  1. wow Loved your work. First time I saw these I felt it was reverse stamping coz they look so pretty. When I realized its free hand, I was blown away. Amazing work!

    This brush looks great. Definitely eyeing on it

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