Morgan Taylor, the nail lacquer company from Hand & Nail Harmony (creators of Gelish), offers a large range of cruelty free cremes, shimmers and glitters for all your polishing needs! Today I used 4 cremes from their core collection to create easy vintage roses on an accent nail.
To start, prep your nails by cleaning with nail polish remover. Add one coat of your favorite base coat.
On three fingers, use two thin coats of Coming Up Roses, a soft mauve creme.
On the ring finger, apply two thin coats of Supreme in Green, a mint green creme.
Using Fire Cracker, a hot red creme, wipe off all the excess polish and use the flat tip of the brush to create two small dots randomly on the nail.
Using Coming Up Roses, wipe off all the excess polish and use the flat tip of the brush to create dots on either side of your middle dots.
To finish the roses, use Later Alligator, a grass creme creme, to create two small triangle-like leaves for each rose. Don’t worry about perfection!
Use your favorite fast drying top coat to seal in all layers and finish your manicure!
Written by: Krystal Emery is a 30 year old South Texan who is slightly obsessed with nail polish. She started PolishGalore in 2009 as a way to justify her polish hoarding and is now your library for nail polish swatches with sprinkles of nail art & nail care! For all things polish, check out PolishGalore.com and follow on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest for more Morgan Taylor and other great brands!
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