Easy Nail Art Tutorial | Silver Nails with Pewter Floral Stamp Design

Easy Nail Art Tutorial

This is what I’m wearing on my nails right now, and I’m absolutely in love with this manicure. I’ve been playing around with the image plates I received from BPS and it just blows my mind how easy it is to get great-looking nail art designs in such a short period of time. This design literally took me five minutes more than a regular mani, and the result is well worth it.

Paint the nails using silver polish.
Seal the design with a top coat of your choice.
Use a corrector pen to remove the excess polish around the cuticles.

This must be one of the easiest yet most stunning nail art designs I’ve had on my nails. The silver polish with the pewter-colored stamping just looks amazing and I’m hoping to try this out with different color combinations. I think gold and black will be just as striking. If you’re a beginner, this is definitely a nail art technique you should try!

This is one of about 10 bottles of Essence polish I bought recently, this would not have been my first choice, but it’s the only other shade of green they had at the store I always buy from. I tested this polish without a base coat or top coat, and this is the big but, it lasted really well.

I applied two coats of it and let it dry, and I was able to get around four days of wear out of it before the first chip appeared. Now that, to me anyway, is really good. I also loved the consistency of the polish. I only needed two coats to get great coverage. The polish dried quickly and had a lovely finish.

It wasn’t as shiny as some others I’ve tried, but I loved the overall effect. This is a polish I’ll buy again once this one runs out, and I’m really starting to love the color as well. This polish gets a thumbs up from me and for the price, it’s an amazing product. I paid the equivalent of around $2.50 for it locally, so this is the perfect polish for those budget-conscious moments! I tried to get a few pictures in different lighting to give you an idea of what the polish looks like under different conditions.