Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Black lace on beige nails feat. Zoya Avery

Hello lovelies,

hope you all on East coast affected are hidden somewhere save from the storm, I'm thinking of you!

Today I have an elegant beige and black manicure. I like to think that it's a black lace but it's a bit far from a proper lace :D I've used Zoya Avery for the base colour and painted the black pattern freehand with A England Camelot.

Lucy's Stash - Black lace and nude nails

Lucy's Stash - Black lace and nude nails

Lucy's Stash - Black lace and nude nails

Lucy's Stash - Black lace and nude nails

29 comments:

  1. Very simplistic and beautiful. Really love it! Did you use a stamp?

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    1. Thank you and no, this is all freehand :)

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  2. Wow very skillful! How could you do that without any stamp or sticker. Amazing. Two thumbs up!!!

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    1. Thank you Sara. I've used a little short brush for a detail work x

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  3. Gorgeous and so simple! That's some amazing freehand! Wowww.


    Jazz x

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  4. Krasny! :) A opozdene vsechno nejlepsi k narozeninam! :)

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  5. FREEHANDED! CONGRATTTTTTS!!!! that's really really pretty you can be proud!

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  6. I love these types of nailart. Doodling or zentangle.

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  7. Freehand :o Wow Amazing and stylish effect!

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  8. So gorgeous. You did an amazing job.

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  9. You drew this? You're so very talented, love it

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  10. Oh wauw...this is so chic!! Very pretty nude color and freehand painted?? Time for a video ;) Realy gorgeous!

    A sweet hello from the Netherlands, Renata

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    1. Thank you Renata :) And greetings from UK!

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  11. Chic and pretty.. not too complicated and it looks really clean n gorgeous <3 it

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  12. I am amazed at your freehand skills! The nude and the black really is an elegant combination. I think a lot of women could even get away with this at work. (I am spoiled at my job, I can wear whatever nail polish I want. I like to think it makes up for the eight years at a job where I couldn't wear any.) Did you use a striping brush, or something shorter?

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    1. Thank you very much Sleepykat! I've used very thin and short detailing brush. x

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  13. Thank you for all the lovely comments ladies! i really appreciate each one of them! <3

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