Tuesday, 6 May 2014

L.O.V.E NOTD

Hey there lovely people!

This week’s Bloggers do it better challenge is bright and neutral! Now I haven’t been very well prepared for this… and have almost nothing. So I am coughing up something and *hoping* it kind of fits the challenge…
 
So! I have an NOTD for you! I got some Tiffany’s bright red nail polish and I also used some Tanya Burr neutral nail polish which I got from Eli (you guys should really check her out) in her brilliant giveaway. I then decided to add some nail art, the theme being love! So with Rio nail pens and some creativity I made a girl and a guy and put their two hearts atop stripes. My thumb nails both spell love if the words aren’t clear. I think it is my best design yet!
 

 

 
 
And for those who want to see my clumsy left hand which I am trying to improve as well…
 

What do you think of the design?

Olivia-Savannah x

 

26 comments:

  1. Pretty!!! You've done a great job, I like the colour combo and the striped theme with the hearts are so cute. Thanks for mentioning my blog and I'm so glad you've already put the nail polish to the test, that's quick! XO

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    1. Haha when I get new bottles to my collection I can never resist but to try them out as soon as possible!

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  2. Awww I like your design. It's cute especially the little girl and guy. <3 I'm a clumsy nail-painter-girl :D
    Olive Needs Popeye

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  3. Those are so pretty!! I really love them! I can't write words on finger nails for the life of me. Lol :)

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    1. As I often say, practice makes perfect :D

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  4. Great design :) love that red polish x

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  5. I love the design on your nails! I've always loved stripes, not just on nails but in general, because they're classy, and they never go out of style for anything! I also love the way it looks with the nude and the bright, and I think that if you altered the accents slightly this would be perfect for Christmas, Summer, Easter, really all around the year :))
    Ruth
    xxx
    tootyfruitylovesyou.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Ooh I didn't think of that! But I think it is a brilliant idea, and one I would definitely going to be trying, hehe :)

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  6. Super cute! You did a great job on these! Look out, world, there's an up-and-coming nail artist about to take over!

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    1. Thank you! I did try hard (ssh your blog is my inspiration to continue with my nail art..)

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  7. Love the color combo!

    xo Franchesca| City Mermaid

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  8. Pretty cool nails you have there! I wish I had the talented to do my nails myself, aside form just giving them a layer of paint! lol Missed a few of your posts, work has been soo demanding!
    xoxo
    Marie
    http://www.girlexpat.com

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    1. It's no problem! Work can make people so busy D:

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  9. Awesome nails! :D I love the contrast between the colours, it makes them both stand out - especially the little pop of red on the striped nails!

    ~Becca // rjtmisti.blogspot.com :)

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    1. Thank you! I guess I did manage to incorporate the theme in there at least *phew*

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  10. Omg how cute is this design please, might have to try this x
    www.liannabell.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. Great nail designs. I'm horrible at doing my own nails. I usually just wear a clear coat of polish, but maybe I can practice more and try something new.

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    1. Practice makes perfect, that's what I like to say. Give it a go and you might be surprised ^.^

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  12. Great designs! Since, for us, your nails are upside down in the first picture, I thought the girl was a venus fly trap in a pot! The pattern was really cool and the stripes were kind of old-school which gave us that neutral feel. Your left hand is actually quite impressive, at least it's way better than mine would be! Why did you use this for the neutral theme? Which part of this is neutral for you? Just would have been some interesting extras.

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    1. The purple shade is the neutral bit... but that's all really :P

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