Mmm… let’s pretend the flowers on my nails look like iris flowers. It’s not the exact match, but I’d love to think there’s some resemblance, as I have posted so many nameless floral nail arts already :)
It’s one of those lazy nail designs that can be done with just a few brush strokes over a rough gradient background. As always, the gradient is done with a make up sponge and two nail polishes, and the iris flowers are painted freehand with acrylic paints.
The products I used for this floral nail art with iris flowers:
- Lumene First Spring – lilac creme nail polish for the background
- A-England Elaine – dark purple on the tips, it makes the flowers more vivid
- Lumene Have Fun – white creme nail polish for sponging
- Acrylic paints and a thin nail art brush
- Clear top
… and that’s it for today :) Now let me wish you a relaxing Friday evening and a weekend full of sun and warmth! The sun is something I would love to see here very muchly, as it’s been raining today all day long.
Thank you for reading ♥
This is such a beautiful manicure, Mari! I love the colours, and they really do look like irises :) xx
Thank you Anna! I’m glad the flowers reminded you of irises :))
Well, lazy is a point of view. In mine it looks really pretty and the gradient doesn’t look rough at all lol :p Kisses,
Thank you, Cristina! I’m glad to hear you like the flowers, I called the mani “lazy” because it was fast and easy to do, just a few brushstrokes.. I secretly admire complex nail designs, where you need to put some effort to achieve a certain nail look :)
It’s a gorgeous mani, I love everything about it – and if my flowers doesn’t look exactly like a certain flower – I always call it “artistic freedom” ;)
This is lovely :) And the weekend is not sunny over here, but we’ll make something out of it :D
So pretty! I’m absolutely loving the background!
Absolutely beautiful manicure! I can’t get enough of it :)