The Runway Nail Art Edit

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Marc Jacobs, Prada, Jill Sander and Burberry Prorsum

Now I'm no fashionista... but I do like my nail art to look chic. So what better way than to take inspiration from the catwalk for this year's Spring/Summer Trends. 

The nail art you see above are my first attempts at something abit different, so they aren't perfect - though I personally think they turned out quite well. So I am going to perfect afew of them a bit more and then have a nail tutorial week along side all my other posts of course. 

I'm thinking... 1 post about how to find inspiration for nail art & what tools are good but also cheap to use. Then over five days,  five different tutorials and a little giveaway on the last day with maybe some nail polishes and a nice Models Own Nail Art Pen! 



 For all the nail art above I took inspiration from the Elle Runway Edit that came free with Elle magazine afew months ago now after being inspired by the bold Prada Banana print above! Though I have to say my own take of it does need abit of work - especially on the shade of yellow I used!


But the one that turned out to look the best has to be the Jill Sanders print as the merging nail polishes just look beautiful... though I think I may need to use a little less nail polish and more deep blue/red shades with a bit of yellow like on my little finger.

Like all of the nails this one was so easy to do and quite fun! 


My last tutorial will be a lightly non-wearable nail look, but the dress above by Alexander McQueen is just so beautiful that I couldn't not try it out! 
 I really do love the look even though it is slightly quirky looking... but it really is more of a homage to the late Alexander McQueen than anything else really. 
But all shall be revealed on Day 6 of my nail tutorial week! 


So make sure to check back next Monday for simply daily nail tutorials & of course a nice giveaway!

Also would love to know which design you would prefer to see first.

Fee xo. 
 

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16 comments:

  1. I love the Jill Sanders print one, it's so artsy =) I'd love to see the Burberry one

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  2. You are so good at this kind of thing. very talented!

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  3. ohhh goodness, the jil sander one is AMAZING!!!

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  4. The Jill Sanders white/multi one please Fee. Glad to see that other people are appreciating your nail art talent too. I think they are gorgeous!! Looking forward to seeing the tutorial's x

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  5. do you know where to get cheap nail art pens ?

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  6. Look amazing, so talented!!

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  7. Wow they all look amazing not seen anything like it! x x x

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  8. your so talented if i could just paint my nails alright i would be happy :} xxx

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  9. i love the brightness, soooo jelous x

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  10. wow Fee I love this, I'm looking forward to the others now :) This is a great idea, I love it !!!

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  11. Wow such an amazing idea! Really impressed with these I'm going to hit this up on twitter as I think more people should check this tutorial out. The Jil Sander one is spot on such a great nod to the looks on the catwalk.

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  12. I love the way the Jill Sanders print came out perfect! Must try!

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  13. YEAH! I love this! I did your marc jacobs one from a while back. The one with the bows on pink nails and I loved it! :) I love this part of your blog the most.
    Love Lois xxx

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  14. OMG this is crazy!! Lol you like dressed up your fingers Lol, Im going to try and recreate my clothes on my nails Now :D x

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  15. Each looks better than the last!!!
    I gotta give it to you, you're crazy skilled and creative!!! ;) xx

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