More often than not, if you've never met me before one of the first things you'll notice about me is my nails. And if you do know me, it's still something you'll pick up on because you're probably expecting it from me. It is becoming impossible for me to paint my nails a simple colour and leave it at that due to the fact I adore trying different nail art designs and techniques. They also add a different accessory to your look opposed to a jewellery piece or item of clothing, they add something different to your appearance.
I know, nail art has very little to do with graphic design which is why I edited a couple of the designs I have done to make it worth posting about. I'm pretty proud of the way they turned out and obviously, they have been touched up from how the original designs are upon my nails but not a lot.
I'm also asked often how I create my nail designs, do I use a nail art brush? Do I use stamps? Do I use stickers? Nope. Nada. I simply use a toothpick or split bobby pin to create the different designs upon my nails. Yes it makes them a little more difficult, time consuming and sometimes stressful but the end product is always so unique and definitely worth the time.
I decided to create this post on a whim, I was lacking in inspiration on things to edit so why not combine something I've been loving into a blog post by editing my nail art? I had no clue how it would turn out and whether I would actually publish them but I'm pretty glad I went for it.
Especially now since I have gathered inspiration for new edits that I'll be sure to be getting started on soon and posting about later in February.
I hope you enjoyed!