In home decor magazines, purple and brown is often showcased together as a design element. I translated this color scheme into a nail look and incorporated a modern floral.
With Konad violet pearl Princess polish, I stamped the flowers from plate M36. I positioned the design off center and mirrored the placement on my right hand. I added an amethyst jewel in the middle of each flower and used a lavender pearl and four silver beads to represent the buds.
I am showing two sets of photos of Nubar Moire. The first grouping was taken indoors under a natural lamp. The second were taken outdoors in full sun. The natural lamp photos are the most color accurate. A dusky shade, Moire is beige with a mauve undertone.
A piece of tumbled amethyst.
A ginkgo tree in Fairmount Park's Horticulture Center.
Two coats of Moire brings perfect opacity. This polish applied beautifully. I am really impressed with the application of all the colors I have tried from the Finest Silks Collection.
Moire is another shade that has a vintage feel. I enjoyed blending the old and the new with this look.
Moire was sent to me for review. This shade is part of the Finest Silks Collection, available at bynubar.com.
Konad plate M36 was provided for consideration. To explore the full line of Konad products, visit ocnailart.com. For the chance to win eight nail art stamping plates, stop by the Ladies' Choice of Eight Plates Giveaway to enter.
Happy painting, ladies!