Saturday, March 17, 2018

St. Patrick's Day Nail Art with Ellagee Polish

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Happy Saturday, dear readers, and Happy Saint Patrick's Day! Today is the day that everyone gets to be a little bit Irish, and if you don't want to risk being pinched, you want to be sporting at least a little bit of green! The green in wardrobe is a little limited right now to either warm weather or really cold weather; alas, since it is neither, I opted to go with a green nail art design for the day. Let's check it out!




I was originally thinking of going with a shamrock design, but in the end, I opted to go with a nice Celtic pattern. I naturally still needed to add some gold into the mix!

To create this look, I used Ellagee Polish Valad, a gorgeous shimmery green. On my celtic-patterned nail, I started off with Zoya Envy as my base and used the celtic knot nail vinyls I had picked us from Sweet Lacquer before they went out of business. For my golden nail, I sponged on Ellagee's Crushed Yellow Topaz. I then sealed everything in with Ellagee's Glass 5-free Fast Dry Top Coat. 



I love this design, and I am so glad I opted to go this route! As much as I like shamrocks, I prefer celtic knotwork more so this is a little more my style.


Are you wearing green today? Did you paint your nails green for the day? I'd love to hear from you!

Until next time, dear readers, have a wonderful weekend!
XO!


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6 comments:

  1. The gold pairs perfectly with the green in this manicure and I really like the Celtic pattern. It's great for St. Patricks day without being the typical shamrock design.

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  2. That gold is amazing! I love the your St Patrick's day mani! I hope you had a wonderful day!

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  3. Great pairing! That gold is gwaaaa! It looks like a treasure chest!

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  4. What a fun mani!!! I am LOVING that golden glitter oh my it’s so pretty!

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  5. Loving this mani!!! So much sparkle!!!

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  6. Such a gorgeous shimmery green..and the celtic pattern looks stunning too.

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