Friday, 4 November 2016

Charlies Nail Art Review

Dried Flowers


How quick has this week gone? Though I am so glad it's Friday, which also means time for my next Charlies Nail Art review.
Today I have some very pretty coloured, tiny dried flowers. There are 6 different colours and you get 2 of each colour in a pack for £1.79.

I used gel polish for my base colours, and also made some reverse stamped flowers. With these dried ones I carefully cut some tiny flowers from each colour.
Over a layer of clear gel that was still wet, I care arranged the flowers, then cured the gel. Top coated and cured again, and gently buffed smooth. Removed and dust and top coated for the final time. Here's how they came out...


I really like how my accent flower nail compliments the burgundy polish, a perfect late Autumn look.
Charlies Nail Art also has other dried flowers on their web site, and you can keep up to date them over on Facebook
And as usual my discount code is below..
http://www.charliesnailart.co.uk/
Join me next week when I'll be starting my Christmas mani's, just so you can get the items in time if you like them :)
Stay safe and much love....

24 comments:

  1. That looks lovely. I have never used dried flowers :)

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    1. Thank You, they create a very unique look x

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  2. That's crazy impressive! I don't think I would have been able to come up with something nearly as creative or pretty as you did.

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  3. This is so pretty! I love what you did with them.

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  4. Wow. I would never know that accent was really a stiff flower. It looks so perfect and smooth

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  5. Sounds like a lot of work went into this mani...it paid off because it's gorgeous!

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  6. I'm with Nichole, you'd never know that it has actual flowers. So pretty!

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  7. Wow! This is so great Tracey! It's hard to think of anyone who's more creative with nail art.

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  8. I am amazed at what you came up with - you really got the flowers to spread out nicely!

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  9. Such a creative way to use the flowers!

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