I am really feeling all the green shades at the moment, so I didn’t really need the excuse of St Patrick’s Day for this design. I was reminded about this super bright green holo polish I had, and added a little stamping to make this St Patrick’s Day nail art.
Polishes and tools
Colors by Llarowe Green on Crack
Seche Vite top coat
Clear Jelly Stamper Bling Brush, Big Bling Stamper, and stamping polish 11
MoYou London Princess 14 and Key Lime stamping polish
Color Club Kismet
I actually stamped the same pattern on all ten nails, but it doesn’t really show up well on most of them.To start with, I used the darker green stamping polish from CJS to do my ring fingers and thumbs. It contrasts really nicely with the neon green underneath.
For the rest of my nails I stamped a gradient of Kismet down the centre, and Key Lime on both sides. You have to look pretty closely to see it, but I guess it didn’t ruin the design either.
A bit more clean up, another layer of top coat, and I am done!
St Patrick’s Day nail art
This was a pretty quick and easy design, and the bright polishes make it really eye-catching. Green on Crack is coming back to Rainbow Connection very soon, so keep an eye on the Colors by Llarowe page!
If you’re celebrating tomorrow, have a fun day!