Nail Art Tutorial: Inspired by Roland Mouret Spring 2014

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Hey there Nail Enthusiasts!

I’ve been itching for some bright nails lately… so when I discovered Roland Mouret’s Spring 2014 Ready to Wear line, I knew this would be my next nail art project!  Believe it or not.. it’s fairly simple and only took me about 30 minutes to complete!  Check out the steps below!

For the entire Spring 2014 collection from Roland Mouret go to style.com

Links to items mentioned in this post can be found at the bottom of the page

Follow 4 simple steps to get these Trendy Nails!

Step 1: Start off with solid white nails.  I used Alpine Snow by OPI.

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Step 2: Using a striping brush paint horizontal lines in teal/green, bright blue and bright pink nail polish.  I used Naughty Nautical by Essie for the green, Mesmerize by Essie for the blue and Bachelorette Bash by Essie for my bright pink.

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Step 3:  Using the same striping brush and your same colors, paint vertical lines in each color, creating an uneven grid pattern.
Because of the nature of the print it’s okay if your lines are uneven and wavy. 🙂

Step 4:  Top it off by using 1 coat of your favorite Dry Fast Top Coat!  I used my favorite… Seche Vite!

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VOILLA!  Fun, bright summertime nails… even though it’s fall… I’m loving my brights.  It’s great to wear with any neutral outfit… especially black!

Naughty Nautical - Essie

Thanks so much for stopping by!!!   I’d love to hear from you… feel free to leave me a comment & let me know your thoughts!

Shopping Links

The Roland Mouret Spring 2014 collection just appeared on the runway, it’s not yet available in stores…  Visit www.rolandmouret.com for other fabulous looks and Fall 2013 fashions.

Roland Mouret is also available at Netaporter.com & Neiman Marcus

Alpine Snow by OPI – Buy It Now: $1.78 Amazon.com
Naughty Nautical by Essie – Buy It Now:$4.40 Amazon.com
Bachelorette Bash by Essie – Buy It Now: $4.45 Amazon.com
Mesmerize by Essie – Buy It Now: $4.90 Amazon.com

Seche Vite – Buy It Now: $4.80 Amazon.com

Disclosure:  The polish mentioned in this post purchased by me.  For further details visit my disclosure page.
(Photo Credit: Roland Mouret Spring 2014 by Trend Council // Nails by Holly for The Trendy Nail)

 

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