Hello my beautiful friends. Today it’s another Polishers Inc. nail art challenge and I am so excited, because the theme is “Recreate a Pattern”. You know how I love to recreate the patterns I always come across on Pinterest, so I couldn’t miss today’s challenge. I made some lovely rose nail art, but before I show you the pictures, I would like to introduce the newest member of Polishers Inc. team, Emma from the Wasting Lifestyle. She is a nail blogger from Finland, Helsinki and I am super excited she has joined us. Emma’s blog and nails are wonderful and the photos she takes are stunning.
Just to remind you about the rest of the crew, there is Malene (Nail Escapades), Mina (Cubbiful), Charlotte (Chakalaquer), Mariah (rijah), Paulina (fall in…nailLove!), Louise (Tips and Top Coat) and Karine (Nailderella).
So here is my pretty rose nail art that I recreated from this pattern. I am not sure who the creator of the pattern is. I found it on Pinterest and was trying to search for an original source, but no success.
How pretty is it? I love the tiny little polka dots and the soft roses. I tried to recreate it as best as I could, but I think I got the proportions a bit wrong. Nevertheless, I really love how the nails came out. I had a lot of different patterns saved for this challenge on my laptop, but I chose to make roses again. You know how much I love making florals, I just couldn’t resist when I saw these pretties.
I started off with a pretty baby blue base, which is OPI Gargantuan Green Grape and I applied around 3 coats. It’s not a super opaque polish, but it applies very nicely, so even if you have multiple layers, it doesn’t get thick. Then I made the tiny little dots using the tip of my brush. I don’t own a thin dotting tool like this, so I went with a brush. It was actually very easy to dot all the nails.
The light pink base of my roses was made with China Glaze Spring in My Step. It’s such a gorgeous baby pink! Then I took a pretty coral shade to make the details. I used Catrice Meet Me At Coral Island. I love how these two polishes make the roses look so soft. The leaves are made with a dark green Nicka K Jade.
What do you guys think of these vintage looking rose nail art? Please let me know your thought in the comment section below and have a lovely Sunday.
Also, please don’t forget to check all the other beautiful pattern recreations.