TUTORIAL THURSDAY: NAIL ART INSPIRED BY ERMANNO SCERVINO-SPRING 2014

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To kick off the Spring season I was inspired by this simple floral pattern from Ermanno Scervino’s Spring 2014 collection.
All you need to get these trendy fashion inspired nails is 3 nail polishes and something to create the dots!  Whether it be a bobby pin, tooth pick, end of a pen or even a dotting tool.   Check out the 4 simple steps to get these trendy nails.

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Step 1:  Start off with solid white nails.  I used Azature Faint White for my base color.

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Step 2:  Using your dotting tool and a light blue nail polish (Rock the Boat – Essie) create some dots on both sides of your nails.  Vary the lengths of the dots so they’re uneven on each side.

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Step 3:  Using a darker shade of blue (Mesmerize – Essie) apply a few more dots over your light blue.

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Step 4: Lastly add a few light blue dots in the centers of your flowers, over the dark blue

Top it all off with your favorite dry fast top coat & VOILLA!

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Check out more fashion from Ermanno Scervino

Dotting Tools – Prices vary from $1-$6

Azature Faint White : Azature – $25

Rock The Boat : Essie  Price varies from $5-$8

Mesmerize : Essie Price varies from $5-$8

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Hope you enjoyed this simple nail art tutorial.  Based on the simplicity of the pattern, I would say this nail art is definitely Office Approved!  I’d love to hear from you!  Leave a comment down below & have fun dressing your trendy nails!

Photo credits:  Ermanno Scervino Spring 2014 – Style.com // Nails by Holly for The Trendy Nail)
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