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Striking Silhouette

Contrary to what my Instagram shows; there are actually days where I do not paint my nails with Disney themes. Sometimes I like to have a more understated and elegant look, which is when I paint this style. It's simple, but looks like it has taken me a fair bit of time to complete!

Before I really got into makeup, nail art was my thing. Each week had me painting a new, crafty idea onto my nails. Now, while during university term time, if find that I only put effort into my nail art if I'm on break. I wreck and destroy my nails too easily during term time...somehow...

This style can be completed with any combination of colours that crosses your mind; pink, purple and white, perhaps? I used the Revlon Nail Art Expressionist in 'Silhouette', which is specially adapted to nail art such as this. It has  a normal flat brush for the nude colour and a thin striper brush for the gold. I think that this trio of colours is kind of glitzy and elegant, the gold in particular is quite eye catching in the sun!

What's your favourite simple style of nail art?

Louise x x

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