Week of Love Nail Art Challenge: Roses

press sampleGood morning! I hope you are all having a great morning! We are half-way through this short Valentine’s Day nail art challenge and today’s challenge is roses.

Now I have to admit that I’ve cheated a bit. I received this sheet of water decals from the Born Pretty Store, and I cut them up into their own little squares like so:
Born Pretty Store water decals

As I was trying to think of what to do with these roses, my thought was what goes better with roses than chocolate and wine? The base color is Revlon Bare Bones. Then I’ve used Revlon Bold Sangria (dark purple), French Roast (chocolate-y color), Persuade (deep red), Impress (nude color), Sinful Colors Snow Me White, Black on Black, In the Mist, and Cool Gray.
Valentine's Day Nail art

Then I cut out the roses and added them to my nails:
Valentine's Day Nail art

Well, I hope it’s okay with you that I cheated a bit! I wasn’t quite sure if I liked this or not but my husband thought they looked really nice. šŸ™‚ If you’d like to purchase these decals, be sure to use the code “BHPW10” for 10% off your order!

Let’s take a look at a plethora of roses, hope you aren’t allergic!

I’m having so much fun with these manis! Tomorrow’s theme is “hearts.” Until then,

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12 thoughts on “Week of Love Nail Art Challenge: Roses

  1. Not cheating – or I’m cheating too! I used rose stickers! lol. I love the wine glasses and the chocolate heart best. Really creative!

  2. So pretty! I love how it has the whole watercolor effect just really pretty. When I was a kid, my parents had this big painting in our living room and it was like an impressionist looking painting. It apparently was a street scene in Paris with two little kids running through a flower market. I used to stare at it for hours wondering where those kids were going. I was a strange kid. lol

  3. Pingback: Week of Love Nail Art Challenge: Freestyle | Be Happy and Buy Polish

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