Monday Nail Art

21st July, 2014 - Posted by Emily - 9 Comments

Today I have some (you guessed it!) nail art on the blog. I had absolutely no clue what to name this design so I named my post “Monday Nail Art”. I have a serious lack of inspiration today, but then again, it is Monday after all. :D

This is another Japanese inspired design. Mainly the accent nail, which is a simple but awesome geometric design. On my pointer I’m wearing China Glaze Don’t Honk Your Thorn, on my ring finger I have China Glaze Sunday Funday and on my pinkie I’m wearing Sally Hansen Firey Island.

For the accent nail on my middle finger I started with a white base, Essence Hattrick, then painted on the black lines using my ORLY Instant Artist Striper in Jet Black. Then I filled in the lines using China Glaze Sunday Funday, China Glaze Hey Sailor, Sally Hansen Firey Island and piCture pOlish Sky.

On all fingers except for my middle finger I added textured studs which are my absolute favourite! You can find them here from Born Pretty Store, and 2mm gold half pearls that are also a must-have. They are so shiny and a nice change from regular studs or rhinestones. You can use my code EMILYW21 for a 10% discount on your order too!

Hope you like these! Let me know in the comments if you do. And also if you have a suggestion on what to name this design! I’d love to hear it :D

  • http://www.ritsy.nl/ Monique

    Those textured studs look awesome! And of course the geometrical design looks great as well. I wouldn’t know what to name it though. I’m bad at naming stuff.

    • Very Emily

      Thanks so much! Yes those textured studs are flawless <3

  • http://rexxxdidit.blogspot.be/ RobinDV

    I love it! The textured studs look really cool, and I love a good geometric design like this :)

    • Very Emily

      Thank you so much!!

  • http://www.mrsmosh.com/ Jeanatte Salazar

    Beautiful design! I love this!

    • Very Emily

      Thanks so much!!

  • http://paintedfingertips.wordpress.com/ Kerry

    These look great, the colours are amazing together :)

    • Very Emily

      Thanks so much <3

  • http://www.lovevarnish.com/ Deborah

    The colors you used are amazing, as well as the textured studs!