That's right, my semi-regular, on again, off again 'series' of work appropriate nail art is back! This time I was heavily inspired by my pink Colour Me Crazy nails, and the little swirly roses. Although I was fairly happy with my first attempt, I always trick myself into thinking they'll be perfect next time. And I fall for it every single time!
These are not perfect! But again, I am quite happy with them. They're only borderline work appropriate (according to m own personal definition) because they are a little bit colourful. However, today is a Bank Holiday, so I'm allowing it.
I did initially consider doing these on bare nails, but I wasn't brave enough. I settled for two coats of OPI You Callin' Me A Lyre? to leave just a bit of vnl (and hide the staining!). The roses are Etude House Ice Cream Nails in Peach, and Barry M Gelly in Grapefruit, so they're fruity as well as flowery! The leaves are Color Club New Bohemian.
And now, a very rare sight, my left hand. The hand that does all the work! Polishing my left hand is something that really puts me off doing freehand. I can manage stamping very well, or a gradient, or weirdly, leopard print (I think the irregularity/shaky handed brushwork helps in that case), but I wasn't looking forward to this.
For me, this isn't too bad at all! I'm strangely proud of the one on the right on my ring finger.