Nails Inspired by a Washi Tape

August 13, 2016 Setu 0 Comments

Hello Friends, I have a lovely nail art to share today which I did as a Twin Mani with my lovely friend Manisha. She blogs at manimatters and we have been more than nail art buddies for last three years. A number of times we have met with each other’s families’ too, although we stay in different cities. We have been partners in crime because most of our hauls are

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Lately, we were awwed seeing this adorable Washi Tape and we decided a twin mani on our interpretation of the print. We have not tried to recreate the Washi Tape print but just present our takes on it. And I am overwhelmed on how adorable the nail art turned out too.

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Let me begin the details by atleast saying, this was a difficult one. Foraying mostly into florals, symmetries have gone a little out of my comfort zone. I practice and demonstrate asymmetrical random beauties through florals where as straight lines just are a different ball game.

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Challenge Accepted, I did them on both hands like always for this Twin mani. Pheww! Straight lines with non dominant hand is pain and takes forever. I need to keep that mental before starting a mani like this at 9pm at night doing on both hands. My Bad!

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The polishes used are Nyakaa Black and ColorClub Look Dont Tusk. The nail art is done using acrylic paints which I made by mixing colours to reach up the colors of Washi tape.

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Now no freehand nail art is complete without my army of brushes from BornPretty Store. These are some of my favourite brushes 1, 2 and 3. You can get a 10% off by using coupon code HQBQ10.