These teal nails were inspired by a Mediterranean print I saw while staying in Rome. I couldn’t resist to translate the unusual print and combination of colours into nail art. It was an ideal opportunity to utilize a beautiful teal nail polish, Chanel Mediterranee. I also had brand new set of nail art brushes which was perfect as this pattern was entirely hand-painted with 01 Warrior nail art brush. This manicure is reasonably easy to do but the dark blue lace details require some skill and concentration.
Looking at this Mediterranean nail art makes me miss Italy so much. The trip was a dream come true and the county itself exceeded my exceptions in every way possible. Great atmosphere, breathtaking artworks, delicious food, friendly people, great shopping and… I could go on. Italy is one of the most inspirational countries I’ve visited so far. There’s an abundance of historic architecture (that inspired this gradient nail art) museums, vibrant colours and prints everywhere you go. My sketch book is overflowing with ideas! Finally, even though this is the final Italian installment of this year’s #crsnworldtour, you’ll definitely see more nail designs inspired by Italy soon.
- Chanel Mediterranee – base,
- Kiko Power Pro 24 – pink, 32 – pistachio, 36 – green and 335 – dark blue,
- SN 01 Warrior detailing nail art brush
- Essie Good To Go top coat.
Photos: in Villa Rosa Dei Venti in Positano, Italy.
How do you like these Mediterranean teal nails? Have you done any travel inspired nail art? What country are you dreaming of visiting?
– Maria, xx
Check out the first post about our 6 weeks trip to Russia & Italy and here’s all posts from SoNailicious Takes A Trip series.
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