Jan 25, 2012

Floral French Design

Hello my lovely readers! 
How are you all? I really miss blogging regularly, but only 2 more weeks left and I'm exam-free and I will have more time :P 

So for today I asked my followers on facebook what design I could do, and Steffi from Me, Myself and Nail Polish said flowers. I wanted to try this french flower design from Copy That, Copy Cat for quite a while and I thought now would be the perfect time ;)  Since she did a tutorial on this one, it was quite easy recreating it, and here it is:
 I am very very pleased with the outcome, although doing the flower was harder than it looked on her video :D That's why I did all nails on my left hand and only an accent finger on my right hand :P 
It looks so pretty and feminine and I'm not used to wear french manicures, but I have to say I like this one :) 
I used:
P2 - Perfectly (base)
O.P.I - Suzi & the Lifeguard (rosé)
Essence - Ahoy! (white)
Bourjois - 21 (red)
Safari (light green)
Catrice - Run Forest Run! (dark green)

Let me know what you think of my recreation :) Did you also try this design? 

Thanks for reading! :-* 

23 comments:

  1. Very pretty! I haven't seen this design before but it looks great :-) I don't think I'll be attempting it though as trying to draw/paint anything like that on either of my hands is slightly too challenging ;-) Loved how you only did the accent nail for that hand!

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    1. Thank you very much! It was challenging to me too, cause I never used this technique before :) And I won't use it any time soon, cause it took me a little too long to do it :D

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  2. These are sooooo cute!!! I might have to try it out!!:D

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    1. Thank you! I would love to see your mani! :D

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    2. Your welcome, they are so pretty!:D I tagged you for the 11 Questions tag- you can read about it on my blog!(:

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    3. oh thanks! now I have to think of 11 questions :D

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  3. I love it. You did a really nice job. I saw this design and thought about doing it. I'm glad you did, I like your version of it! I may have to put this in my inspirations folder and try it later.

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    1. Thank you so much! Give it a try, it's really fun to try new techniques :D

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  4. nice one ;)

    now the weather only needs to change haha ;)

    xoxo Jen

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    1. Thanks :D Actually I would love some snow :D xoxo

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  5. These are so pretty! I love the colors you used. Time for spring :)

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    1. Thank you! :) And spring can wait just a bit longer :D I want some snow :P

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  6. Wow this looks really pretty! this is a great job!!!

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