Day 14 of OMD Challenge- Daisies

Day 14 of the Oh Mon Dieu Challenge is FLORAL. I usually think bright springy colors when I hear the word FLORAL… so I went the opposite way with this one.  Today’s manicure is a nice warm earthy daisy design!

daisy_nail_art

I started with a few base coats of a unnamed peachy color called Sally Hansen Maximum Growth Nourishing Nail Color from my SH french manicure kit.  Then I sponged some Garden Green by AVON on my tips.  Garden Green is such a spectacular polish- it’s a deep natural looking green with slight shimmer that makes it glow.  And it’s uber-opaque which makes it perfect for nail art.  In fact, some of my favorite polishes for nail art are from AVON.  I could do a whole post about a yellow called Inspire that I’ve used 7 times already on my blog (wonder if anyone noticed).  After all my tips were green, which looked pretty cool BTW, I dotted on some daisies using NYC French White Tip.  The center of the daisies was then dotted on using a mustard yellow called Pull Over by Sinful Colors.  I added some Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat et voila!  Earthy floral french mani with daisies!

floral_french_manicure

View the other floral creations here:

14. Flowers :

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20 thoughts on “Day 14 of OMD Challenge- Daisies

  1. Holy crap, that’s an Avon polish? I’ve had issues with their color cosmetics not having enough pigment, so that’s good to know about their polish. This design is perfectly suited for your nail shape, too – beautiful!

    • Yes- mossy! And thanks for the nail compliments! Actually, I just shortened them- but I made them square instead of rounded so they look longer I think 🙂

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