Wuff, it's a busy week. It's almost inconvenient to do these nail art posts as well lol. But I'm glad I am, as I LURVE today's.
Camo patterns are REALLY easy to do because they fall into that non-exact / messy category of nail art which I so love. I particularly love camo patterns when they are in unexpected colours - such as this one.
For weeks now, I knew what I was going to do for this prompt. I have a top which has a camo-ish pattern on it using white, beige, dark brown, reddish-orange and bright pink. Perfect!
For the eagle-eyed amongst you, this is not that pattern. Why? Well because I couldn't be bothered to get my arse out of the chair in the nail room to find a dark brown polish. True life tragedy. Instead, I extended my hand 2 inches to the left and picked 3 polishes from my birthday treat box.
So, instead, we have an all Pahlish camo, over a white base. We have the creamy beige Shallow Lands, the lovely muted pink of Move Slow and Steady, and the SCREAMING OUT LOUD amazeballness of Petropolis. I did my pattern with a 00 size nail brush.
Now for the tragedy. My camera hates Petropolis. Me, I think I might wear it for life. It's a tropical violet-magenta, very similar to Sarey's Berry (which my camera didnt' like either), and in real life this mani POPS with crazy fuchsianess and leans far less blue.
Other than that, I LOVES IT !!!!!