Aug 15, 2014

Mani Swap: Simple Nails

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Hello everyone! Happy Friday! Hopefully all of you, wonderful readers, have a lovely weekend!  I really don't have much planned but for sure will be spending time with my family. So for today's post,  I am really excited to show you guys a mani swap I did with the talented ladies, Daisy and Rathy from Petite Peinture
Well in this case it was just Rathy, who chose my vintage floral design I did last year for Revlon (originals on top and recreational on the bottom).  She did such a beautiful job, I honestly can't stop looking at them. They are definitely one to follow (social links on the bottom ;).
As for me, it was really difficult choose a design of theirs. I can honestly say, I recreated one of the most simplest designs I ever created. Which is, particularly, why I chose it. It has a classic look- with the black white and a simplicity with the shimmery orange shade. 
 For the base, I began by applying two coats of Bettina Matte. A smooth creamy white polish, which is my top favorite white shade I have. For the ring finger, I didn't own the same polish they used, so I combined Bonita Team Pink and Ruffian Fox Hunt together. As soon I had the right color. 
 Once the base was completely dry, I then added four stripping tape to create the lines. As soon that was done, I applied two coats of Bettina Onix. Lastly, I sealed the design with H K Girl Top Coat. Overall, I absolutely  love how these came out. So simple and classy! 
Above is Rathy's solo shot of the vintage floral nails she recreated. She did such an amazing job, I love how they look on her. Check more on these talented ladies (Daisy and Rathy) on their blog and social medias:
BlogPetite Peinture
Instagram: @petitepeinture
Hope all of you enjoyed my post today! 
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