Monthy Nail Art Favourites – November 2019
November probably felt like the fastest month of the year so far. It feels like I wrote my October Favourites post last week. This may be because I have been so busy over the past few weeks that I haven’t really gotten a chance to sit back and reflect on the month. This is also one of the reasons I love doing these reviews. We often get so caught up in our own hectic schedules that we miss out on seeing all the great things people around us (and far away) are creating. Here are some my favourite nail art looks from this month. Enjoy!
BY MAISEY GRAY, FIREWORK NAILS
This look gives off such a ‘glow in the dark’ vibe which is perfect for the theme of fireworks. I really like the detail that went into each nail and how well the glitter works against the gel polish. This is such a great design for those with shorter nails who still want to experiment with nail art.
I didnt get a chance to create a fireworks nail art look this year, but check out my design from last year here.
KRYSANGELS, FALL NAILS
From the perfect nail shape to the strong use of colour, this look proved that you don’t have to have a crazy amount of details to stand out. I love how the different shades all compliment each other. They also look amazing on this skin tone, which has definitely inspired me to try out this kind of style in the future.
I recently did a post all about fall nails and my favourite things about this season, check it out here.
MICHELLE HUMPHREY, FISH IN THE SEA
What I love most about this look is the various blue shades used to make up the sea and how well these are blended together. The clear background surrounding this also gives off a 3-D affect which takes the design to another level. Finally, the fishes – no explanation needed.
KIM TRUONG AND NAILSBYDIEM
I absolutely love watching WIRED’s Autocoplete Inverviews (the best type of procastination). After watching a Netflix film called ‘Let it Snow’ (it was actually really cute but I wish I watched it in December cause I’m still not in the Christmas mood). I found myself watching every cast single interview (this in another form of procastination for me). During this one, all I could think of was ‘damn Isabela’s nails are on point!’ so did I little research and found the artists who created this look. The LA based celebrity nail artists have created a variety of killer looks incorporatimg a range of nail techniques.
I love how well the gold sequins and glitter complements the light pink shade. Sometimes the use of gliiter and sequins can overpower the nail, but the variation of glitter quantity and detailed design on each nail really adds an elegance to it.
I hope you enjoyed this post. What was your favourite look from this month? Let me know in the comments!
Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more posts.
Lots of love,