Jun 20, 2015

Ice Cream Nail Art - with tutorial!


Hello friends!
Today I have a nail art that is perfect for summer! It's an ice cream cone! And I even made you a step by step tutorial. I really hope you try this out.

The polishes I used are 442 from HEMA (light blue), Pink macaroon by H&M (light pink), 288 from KIKO (hot pink), the glitter is from Pure Colour by New Look and the purple is just a really cheap one I bought in a train station. Don't forget to tell me if you make this nail art.
I wish you an awesome day. Go eat some ice cream if you can!
Love, Elsa


12 comments:

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    1. Thank you! I saw that glitter top coat in the shop and just new I had to buy it. It's so colorful, makes me think of a little party.

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  2. Hi Elsa! Firstly I LOVE the diy, I'll definitely be trying that out! I read your comment that you'd sent me an email a couple of weeks ago, but I never received it for some reason. Sorry about that! Maybe try resending it, my email is zoe.brambleandlace@hotmail.com :) have a lovely day! x

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    1. I'm glad you like it Zoë, if you do try it out, tag me on instagram or something.
      I just sent you an email so if you don't receive it, tell me.

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    2. Still didn't receive it! So strange! I'll try emailing you tomorrow and see if that works :)

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    3. Yeah, it's really weird, maybe it's in your spam folder?? I'll be waiting for your email then.

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  3. oh my gosh! This is absolutely amazing! ice cream goodness :)
    I'm gonna try this especially because I love all these shades and its so summery! The only tricky part will be doing my right hand haha
    This is so lovely, Elsa! Can't wait to see more of your artsy nails xx

    xo,
    Kelly


    ♥ ♡ ♥ ♡ Creme de la Chic ♥ ♡ ♥ ♡


    Hope you're having a beautiful day! xx

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    1. haha thank you! And the cool thing is that you can totally switch up the colors to make your favorite flavors or just pretty combinations. And drawing on the right hand is hard but you could always skip it and just put a cute glitter top coat. I do that often when I'm lazy.

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  4. Hello Elsa! I just discovered your blog and went through all your posts, on here and your old blog too! I especially loved your sewing posts. I can't wait to see what you'll post in the future!
    -Zophia :)

    Zophia's Camera

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    1. Thank you so much this makes me so so happy! And my summer holidays just started so I'll have more time to sew and post about it.

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  5. This is adorable! I love this so much, you're so talented!

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    1. Thanks Tonya I'm glad you like it.

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