Hi everyone! This time we’re back with something a little bit different. We are all used to flower designs, and they’re pretty common these days, but what about changing it up a little bit? This design features gold glitter and golden studs for adding a tad of style and sass to your nails.
This nail art in particular seems to be inspired by Marc Jacobs Daisy perfume, which is currently being publicized. If you don’t know him, Marc Jacobs is an American fashion designer, and the head designer for his own fashion label, Marc Jacobs, and his diffusion line, Marc by Marc Jacobs. He also worked on Louis Vuitton from 1997 to 2011.
The Daisy by Marc Jacobs fragrance is currently leading an ad campaign featuring model Kaia Gerber. The campaign is due to start in April 2017.
That being said, let’s head into the tutorial. It’s actually pretty easy, and you only need these materials.
Marc Jacobs Daisy Inspired Nails
- Essie Ballet Slippers
- OPI Alpine Snow
- China Glaze Passion
- China Glaze I’m Not Lion
- Small gold round studs
- Dotting tools
- Synthetic brush
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Before doing anything make sure to apply a base coat to protect your nails. This’ll make thing easier later.
For your pointer and pinky fingers, apply two coats of a sheer pink polish, then apply a dot of top coat and over that your gold round stud. If you don’t have any studs you can simply use a dot of gold polish and it will have the same effect.
In the thumb and middle finger you’re doing some daisies. For that, apply a coat of sheer pink polish. Using your dotting tool and some white polish, you’re doing flower shapes using five dots for each flower, add some white dots to fill up the remaining space and then apply your gold studs/gold polish dots in the middle of each flower.
On your ring finger it’s even easier: apply a coat of gold polish, then apply a coat of gold glitter polish. To finish off, make sure to seal your designs by using your top coat and you’re finished.
What do you think of this design?
Source: Janelle Estep