Easy Nail Art with OPI Hawaii

March 31, 2015

Do you know what I love?

I love that with being able to swatch at night-time more frequently, I actually have time to really show polishes how I would like, whether I decide to do a video for YouTube or create some nail art. I am absolutely excited that I’ve rearranged my time management! I hope you will enjoy it all too.

Today I have some simple nail art looks I created using some of the shades I reviewed from the OPI Hawaii Collection.

First up a stamping look.

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I used Do You Take Lei Away?, two coats on my middle finger, and Just Lanai-ing Around, two coats on my pinkie and index fingers.

I stamped using Emily de Molly 14 and Celestial Cosmetics Midas. This blingy glitter polish is by Pretty Serious Cosmetics called Golden Ticket Diamond, which was a gift from the Pretty Serious team last year.

I love that using a Spring/Summer release, I created a nice warming Autumn mani.

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Next look. OMG I marbled!

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Yes, every now and then I get the urge to try my hand at aΒ water marble. Yet time and time again I fail. This time I actually produced one decent finger, so here I go.

I used Do You Take Lei Away?, Aloha from OPI, and Is Mai Tai Crooked? for this look.

In love with this tropical look!

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The OPI Hawaii Collection are available from MYER, David Jones, and select salons nationwide.

Have you used these to create any mani’s? Ping me on Instagram if you have @serenitynails_ I love finding more people to stalk on my social media πŸ™‚

Chris xx

*Some of these items were press samples

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  • Pen

    Amazing! I love the ‘orange’ mani best.

    • Thanks Pen. It was nice and bright, and I loved it best too.

  • These are absolutely gorgeous, Christine. Adore your marble. I’m going to have to go and check out Myer Hobart to see if they’ve got the Hawaii Collection in store yet. We don’t get a lot of choice here, so it will be interesting to see what they’ve got next time I’m in town.