Time: 5-10 minute intervals
With this particular pin I really wanted to see the original post. It is just so beautiful. After a few hours of digging around, I finally tracked down the original blogger. She has a sweet collection of nail posts. Be sure to check it out.
Anyhow, this is a beautiful combination for the spring. Corals and gold are in this season. And who am I to deny fashion’s demands?
So here’s how I got the look.
Have I told you, guys that I just recently discovered a new line of nail polish that I absolutely adore? No! Well, I do. It is the Forever 21 brand. For just right under $3 you get an awesome color and a long lasting polish. Who new?! The brush, however, is not all that exciting. But if you are a nail amateur/enthusiast with limited funds like I am, you may want to consider this brand. They have variety of different colors. I used Coral Nail Polish for this design.
I used the same rubber band technique that I test in the “French manicure with the help of the rubber band” post.
As you can see, my gold is a bit more of a rose gold. The same applies to actual gold that I wear. You probably have noticed that from my wedding band shots. This particular nail polish is The Old Bill by Butter London. I love love love the color. I also love the same polish in red. It is probably the most beautiful red I have ever tried. The problem with this particular brand is that because it tends to be on a more “natural” side, the polish doesn’t stay on for longer than 2-3 days. But if you want to shine on a special occasion, I definitely recommend it. I always get compliments on the colors.
This is a very easy and beautiful nail design. You can easily do it while catching up on your Hulu queue or a movie on Netflix. My favorite thing to do is search around pinterest while watching an episode or two of Bones.