Simple nautical nails

Hi ladies! Today I have a simple and loosely inspired nautical manicure for you. I love nautical stuff and I've been meaning to do nautical nails for ages now! I wanted to do more with this mani such as add an anchor and more stripes etc but ran out of time so I had to leave it as is xp


For my pinky and middle fingers I used 2 coats of Essence 50's Girl Reloaded Back to the 50's from my dear friend Christina. It is a GORGEOUS red but my camera found it a bit difficult to capture. It's quite dark in real life and the last pic shows it most accurately.

For my ring finger I used 2 coats of OPI Glitzerland as a base and my favourite gold glitter Milani Jewel FX in gold. My index finger is 3 coats of OPI Alpine Snow and for my thumb I used 2 coats of LAKA 81 which is a super opaque navy creme. I then used my trusty Kiss Nail Art Paint striper in white to draw thick horizontal lines.





What do you think of nautical nails? A full nautical mani to follow soon hopefully!

Thanks for looking as always!

17 comments:

  1. love nautical nails! this is precious

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  2. I love nautical nails though I haven't tried them out myself yet. I really like the simplicity of this manicure and the colors you chose.

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  3. You did your nails beautifully! I love the gold polish!! Look forward to your tutorial!

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  4. it's so cute! I really love the overall look of it.

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  5. Wow!! Also like nautical!! really like the effect of the navy stripes next to the red!! I might try this with one of the sallyH nail art pens.

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  6. That's a really pretty design. Even though it is simple, it looks great!!

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  7. I saw these on twitter or instagram?!
    Love them!!
    Not too girly and fun!

    xox

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  8. Gorgeous manicure - love it!

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  9. Love the combination of colors! it looks gorgeous! lg dosis

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  10. It looks great! I have the milani gold and it's great but it gets pretty gloopy quick.

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