Mint and floral print

Today I have 2 polishes to show you, both of the same brand – Golden Rose, which is a Turkish cosmetic company. Golden Rose nail polishes are very popular here because of their more than affordable prices and a very impressive color range.

Summer flowers nail art

The polishes are from the Golden Rose Paris line, the first one is a pastel mint creme #236 and the other one is a plain white creme #04. What I don’t like about them is their bottles and ridiculously loooong caps. Nail polishes of such ermmm.. “exotic” shapes are hard to store, especially if you have a lot of them and not that much place for storage :(

Golden Rose Paris nail polish

Now to the good things. I bought these two for less than €2 and considering the price I’m quite impressed by their quality. The mint needed two coats to reach full opacity, and as for the white, I had to apply three coats. As usual, I added some quick and easy nail art :)

Flowers on mint nails

The flowers are painted freehand with a nail art brush, here’s the list of polishes I needed:

  • Orly Nail Defense base, mainly to protect my nails from possible staining
  • Golden Rose Paris #236 – mint nail polish with creme formula, I used it as a base color for the nail look, and I also painted eaves with it
  • Golden Rose Paris #04 – white creme nail polish as a base for floral nail art
  • Rimmel 450 Sunny Days – yellow shimmer for flowers
  • Rimmel 825 Sky High – for green outlines
  • OPI Shorts Story – for pink flowers
  • Clear top to even the surface

Flowers on white nail art

Ok, now I’m off to play Remember Me :) Thank you for reading and see you soon!

26 Comment

  1. This is the prettiest floral mani I’ve ever seen! I’m impressed, it’s gorgeous, beautiful, amazing and I just can’t say with words how much I’m in love with it <3

    1. Mari says: Reply

      aww :))) thank you sooo muchly Avronka! ♥

  2. Absolutely gorgeous, I’m impressed!

    1. Mari says: Reply

      Thank you Amy! I’m glad you liked the flowers :)

  3. The flowers are so pretty! Golden Rose is a brand that is new to me, I’ll have to try them if I ever get the chance.

    1. Mari says: Reply

      Thank you Lindsay! Golden Rose polishes are worth trying, their quality is often quite good, not to mention how cheap they are :)

  4. This floral is stunning, so fresh! I love your blog, your really creative and your nails are flawless! I’m a fan and a follower!

    1. Mari says: Reply

      Thank you so much Caroline, means a lot to me ♥ :)

  5. Whaaat?!?! Can I just come here and NOT be jealous of your manicures?! Now, back to the real world… “exotic bottles” made me laugh hard! LOOL! I don’t like that aspect of Golden Rose too, I sort of get angry with them.. they could be round/square with that loong brush still right? Another thing, where’s the “easy flower” part? I don’t see them lol. If I concentrate enough I can do something similar to your, but you picked the colors so well… love this manicure! :) Kisses,


    1. Mari says: Reply

      lolll Let me confess, sometimes I’m jealous of your nail art ideas too :P

  6. I like the style of your flowers!

    1. Mari says: Reply

      Thank you Jacqui :))

  7. I love this whole mani!! So beautiful! :D

    1. Mari says: Reply

      I’m glad you liked the design xxx

  8. I love this so much – and that mint…. it’s so pretty!!

    1. Mari says: Reply

      Thank you Maria :) The mint creme is really pretty and the formula is nice too :)

  9. This is so cute and Paris looks lovely!

    1. Mari says: Reply

      Thank you Ina!

  10. Stunning as always Mari! Love it :-)

    1. Mari says: Reply

      aww :)) Thank you Jemma!

  11. Pam says: Reply

    Absolutely stunning! Love the nail art!!

    1. Mari says: Reply

      Thank you Pam :) I’m glad you like the design!

  12. This is absolutely gorgeous!!

    1. Mari says: Reply

      Thank you Roxy! :)

  13. More Golden rose yay :D Flowers are lovely :D

    1. Mari says: Reply

      hehe :) except for the shape of the bottles, those are nice polishes :)

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