This is one of those manis that I did in a rush without much in the way of planning. I’ve pretty much decided that you just cannot go wrong with random dry brushing. Read on to see how it turned out!
I’m a big fan of nail art techniques that are quick and easy, because I often find myself throwing a mani on at the last minute. As I have mentioned before, dry brushing is one of my favorite fast techniques and adding a symmetrical stamp totally makes these shine.
I know I have mentioned it before but I really love dry-brush. It is one of my go-to techniques, especially when I am in a hurry. With that said, I present another one of my dry-brush designs 🙂
I’ve been doing stamped manicures like crazy lately, I really need to do something else, but I am totally loving how they are turning out. Here’s another one – using a mix of polish finishes to dry brush.
It’s kind of awesome to go into a mani with a basic design in mind and have it warp into something cooler and more detailed than you intended! That is the case with this mani. I started out just intending to do some random dry brushing, but it ended up looking like flowers on my first nail so I altered my plan and went with that.
Do you have a 5 Below in your area? If you do and haven’t been there, you NEED to go! If you don’t have one nearby, you NEED a polish mule! 5 Below carries two fabulous brands of polish, Funky Fingers and Fresh Paint. They retail for 3/$5.00 and so far, I love all of the ones I have tried. I recently picked up Fresh Paints – Glastonberry and thought it would be a great base for a transitional winter-to-spring manicure. I was set on doing dry brush (because I hadn’t done it in so long) and I am so glad I did!