Friday, 20 May 2016

Guest Post From Nail That Design


My penultimate guest post is courtesy of Milena from Nail That Design. Milena is currently a big blog crush of mine, I love her elegant photography and pristine nail art...she's one of those bloggers who seems to be able to pull off any style! Let's take a look at what she came up with for my blog today

Hello dear Brit Nails readers,

My name is Milena and I’m the blogger from Nail That Design. I’m really honored about the fact that I got asked to make an appearance on Allie’s blog! She’s one of my favorite swatchers and I adore her nails, so it’s a big honor to be here today.

I was thinking about what I wanted to show you on Allie’s blog, and I thought to myself – what better way to honor Allie’s work, than to use her own shade, Unicorn? Unicorn was one of my first polishes from piCture pOlish, and I really love the story behind the polish, since turquoise is one of my favorite colors too, and I really do love unicorns and magic. So here you have a mani featuring this beautiful shade.


To match the color scheme of Unicorn, I decided to paint two of my nails white with Appeal4’s Hollis Milkweed, and then I decided to stamp with piCture pOlish Chillax and Appeal4’s Pink Sunrise.


And that’s it from me. I really hope you like this mani guys! Thanks for having me Allie 

Kisses and hugs,
Milena aka. Nail That Design 

I'm so happy and flattered that you used Unicorn, Milena! You matched up the colours for the stamping so perfectly and my shade looks wonderful on you, thank you so much. - Allie

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4 comments

  1. Love your design / mani! The polishes used and how you used them are wonderful together. The overall look is very refreshing! Thank you <3

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  2. I'm so glad that you liked the mani! Thank you for having me Allie :*

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