Hi guys! Hope you've had great weekend so far? I have another nail art look with the Essie Silk Watercolor polishes to share with you guys today. This time I wanted to try some freehand painting with the watercolor polishes and I came up with this floral look.
I've said it million times before but I really love these Essie Silk Watercolor polishes and the endless nail art possibilities they give! I've done several different looks with watercolor polishes, but I hadn't tried freehand painting with them before this.
This time I also used the white base polish that comes with the Silk Watercolor collection: White Page. It's quite regular white polish, but has pretty nice formula as it covered with two easy coats. I think that was quite nice as it has that small Essie brush. After the white base I used Mereneid Sari Artist 4 brush and three of the Essie Silk Watercolor polishes to paint the flowers. First I painted few petal on each nail with the turquoise Pen & Inky, then I used the blue Point of Blue and finally I painted a few smaller petals with the purple No Shrinking Violet.
It seems that I always end up using on or more of these three shades; the turquoise, blue or purple one out of these watercolor polishes... These three are so pretty that I always choose them even if I don't mean to, but I think I'll need to do the next look with the reds or oranges.
As a final touch I also added just a little bit of silver glitters from Essie Set In Stones to complete the look. This was quite simple look to do, but I was quite proud of myself that I was able to do some freehand nail art for a change. It might be simple look, but I loved how it turned out!
Products used for this manicure
Base coat: KBShimmer Basic Training
Polishes: Essie White Page, Essie No Shrinking Violet, Essie Pen & Inky, Essie Point of Blue, Essie Set In Stones
Top coat: Glisten&Glow HK Girl