I am really excited today to have the opportunity to feature the very sweet and super talented Mari of Mari's Nail Polish Blog. I have been a long time follower of Mari's blog, actually following both the English and Russian versions of her site, since I can't seem to get enough of her beautiful manicures. I think this might be what they call a nail crush. Mari features gorgeous photographs of her swatches and amazing nail art to marvel at.
Please help me welcome Mari as this month's Feature Blog. Lets all enjoy her wonderful creation which I'm so thrilled to have the honor of featuring here today...
Hello! My name is Mari, and I'm really happy to be here today :) I always enjoy reading Anutka's posts and tutorials, and I've been her follower for a long time, so you can imagine how excited I was when she asked me to come up with a guest post for this blog!
When preparing a post, I thought I would create a design that combines freehand nail art as well as pays a tribute to Anutka's amazing stamping skills :)
To create this look I needed 2 nail polishes: Rimmel Riviera Red and Orly Lemonade - both of them are beautiful on their own, but today I used them as base colors. Then I stamped flowers and butterflies on my accent nails using Konad plate m50 and Konad black nail polish. To make the design more colorful I added some red and grey to it (Riviera Red and Sally Hansen Wet Cement) with a detailed nail art brush. I finished the design with a clear top as usual.
Thank you for watching, I hope you liked my nail design, and of course I'd like to say a huge "thank youuu" to Anutka
for inviting me over! :) *hugs*
Thank you so much Mari for creating such a gorgeous manicure for this feature. I'm truly honored to have you here today! I have yet to venture out into coloring my stamped designs and this is certainly an inspiration to start. Thank you!
I hope you all enjoyed Mari's manicure as much as I did! Now is the time to head over to Mari's Nail Polish Blog and take a look at more of her amazing creations. These are just a few of my favorites, but really there are too many to choose from. Click on any of the images below to be taken directly to Mari's blog...
Thanks for looking and commenting!