I hope your weekend went well?
I have another charity of the month nail art for you today.
I decided to do the Marie Curie Charity Daffodil nail art as the charity also helps not only adults but children and families also.
So I thought I would double up and do this post for my own SassyLittleNails charity of the month nail art challenge March - Children/Youth.
And also for my lovely friend Tracey from bite no more who set up a Facebook page Daffodil Nails for Marie Curie 2014
Marie Curie Nurses provide free end-of-life care to people with terminal illnesses in their own homes, or in Marie Curie Hospices.
To find out more and to donate to this charity please click HERE.
Now for my Daffodil nail art :)
List of items I used for my nail art.
- Sally Hansen polish in Polar Bare.
- Maybelline polish in Ceramic Blue.
- Barry M Gelly polish in Blueberry.
- Barry M Gelly polish in Greenberry.
- 2True pro Metallica polish in Aglaia.
- Inm Out the door Clear top coat.
- Sally Hansen Dry Kwik clear polish.
- Acrylic paints various colors.
- Make up sponge.
I decided to do a gradient base for this manicure so I started with a base coat of Sally Hansen Polar Bare 2 coats.
Then when dry I applied a few strokes of the Maybelline polish on to the make up sponge then quickly added the Blueberry polish then the Greenberry polish and then the 2True Aglaia polish.
I repeated this about 3 times to get the desired effect with color I wanted.
I then Applied the Dry Kwik polish to blend the shades.
Once dry I then started to paint my Daffodils and mixing my paints for the right colors.
I then applied the Inm out the door top coat once finnished then it was complete.
I was happy with the outcome of this manicure I hope you liked it too.
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Buh bye for now.