I was sent some vibrant Eles Nail Polish from their Brighton Collection, to try out. So I thought I would play around with them and do some nail art. Here is what I did:
1. Paint all the nails in the lime sorbet colour. I used 2 coats to get full coverage.
2. Take the deckchair blue colour and with the brush pointing down towards your finger, paint 3 lines, gradually make each line longer than the other. I found that because the brush is nice and wide, 3 lines fit my nails perfectly, except the thumb need 4 lines. This technique gives you a pretty scalloped edge.
3. I then took a nail art polish I had, which has a thin brush perfect for thin lines, with the brush pointing down towards the finger draw lines diagonally from the inner point of each scallop.
4. I finished the nails over with a top coat for extra shine.
And this is the final look! Let me know what you think, and if you try it, I would love to see pics!
I’m really loving these Eles nail polish, especially because of their ‘5 free’ formula, which means they don’t have DBP, Toluene, Formualdehyde or Camphor!
For more info on Eles Nailpolish: http://www.elescosmetics.com/