OPI Fan Brush Nail Art with Russian Navy Suede

Good Friday morning, Alleluia!! Can you tell I’m happy about this? 😀 My housework is done, I just have laundry to do, and then, it’s the freakin’ weekend baby! 😉 Okay, okay, before I get too carried away, let’s check out today’s manicure.

I was just kind of messing around with the polishes on my desk back in December and came up with this:

OPI Russian Navy Suede, Skull & Glossbones, Charmed by a Snake, Nein Nein Okay Fine | Be Happy And Buy Polish

On my ring finger and thumb are OPI Russian Navy Suede, then on the rest I started with OPI Skull & Glossbones, followed by using my fan brush with OPI Charmed by a Snake, Nein Nein Okay Fine, and a bit more Skull & Glossbones.

This didn’t really turn out like I wanted, but I like to show you almost all my manis (umm, not the ones I forget I’ve done though – because bad memory over here). What do you think? Fail or win, or what would you have done differently?


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63 thoughts on “OPI Fan Brush Nail Art with Russian Navy Suede

  1. I really like this mani!! It’s like a neutral camouflage. I usually like to separate the bristles of the fan brush to get really thin lines, but this looks great too 🙂 And the suede version of Russian Navy? GORGEOUS! I own the regular version, but this one is stunning!

  2. this is gorgeous! and I am so jelly you have HTF Charmed by a Snake. the only thing I’d have done differently is make the accent nail Charmed by a Snake to show off that color. great job on the brushwork!

  3. I have a fan brush but I’m afraid to use it because I don’t want to clean it lol I love the pop of blue my brother says those are some winter hunting nails smh apparently he wants his nails done now lmao jk jk

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