Geometric Flowerista

I've posted couple nail art looks with Essie Flowerista collection polishes since I got them, but somehow I don't seem to get enough of the collection. I did name it as my favorite collection of 2015 and still quite often I find myself wanting to do something with the beautiful shades from the collection.  Today I have a recent look that I did with four of the polishes to share with you guys!

First I used two coats of Gina Tricot White to get the white base. Then I applied quite a few of skinny angle vinyls and then I sponged all the Essie polishes one by one. The colors I used are Flowerista, Garden Variety, Blossom Dandy and Petal Pushers.

This look could also be called something like How many different ways you can arrange nail vinyls, but I actually had quite fun doing this manicure and I really loved the finished look! These Essie Flowerista polishes look so stunning together, I just love them so much!

I did a bit similar geometric look with these same Flowerista collection polishes (except Petal Pushers) last year for the #ablecs15 nail art challenge geometric theme. The both looks have quite a few same elements, but they are still quite different and I can't really choose which one I like best. I love them both!

Products used for this manicure
Base coat: Zoya Anchor
Polishes: Gina Tricot White, Essie Flowerista, Essie Petal Pushers, Essie Garden Variety, Essie Blossom Dandy
Top coat: Glisten&Glow HK Girl
Others: Vinyl It Up nail vinyls

14 comments

  1. Hienot! Flowerista on kyllä Essien hienoin kokoelma :)

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    1. Kiitos! Flowerista on ihan huippukokoelma! :)

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  2. Awww...such a pretty nail design. Love the blending of colors for they really went well together. Great job!

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm really happy to hear you liked it. :)

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  3. I really like these colors together :) this reminds me of the colourful Galaxy print leggings I've seen at zumiez!

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    1. Thank you! Oh, you're totally righ, there's something similar to those colorful galaxy prints. :)

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