My Favourite Nail Art!

December 23, 2015

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Arrrggghhhh! The year is nearly over so I’ve figured it’s time to start showing you and telling you about my favourite things this year. I have done this for a little while, last year even doing a half-yearly one, but this year I’m doing things a bit different. You can have a look at previous posts like this HERE.

Today I want to show you my favourite nail art I’ve done throughout the year. But I also have my favourite polishes, items I’ve crossed off my wishlist, things I’ve learnt, and according to my statistics, your favourite blog posts of the year! So I’m excited to share all this with you!

I was lucky enough (and ballsy enough) to have the time to participate in a couple of challenges this year which is something I’ve never done. This gave me a great outlet for creating some nail art. And of course, I can’t leave out my wonderful bloggers pals from Paint All The Nails who are a constant wealth of inspiration and knowledge! Those ladies have definitely inspired me to spend more time creating, and that’s such an awesome thing for me!

Let’s get down to it…

Stamping was HUGE for me this year so it’s no surprise that most of my favourite manicures include this technique. I feel I am ready to move on to some more advanced stamping in 2016. The below manicures I just loved!

Gradient Stamping Nail Art

Gradient Stamping Nail Art

More Gradient Stamping Nailart

More Gradient Stamping Nailart

Elegant Stamping Nail Art

Elegant Stamping Nail Art

Clearly I also have a thing for geometric designs. I find them really pleasing to the eye and quite striking on the nail.

Pastel Dry Brush With Geometric Stamping

Pastel Dry Brush With Geometric Stamping

Pastel Geometric Nail Art

Pastel Geometric Nail Art

The fairy garden nails from this years 31 Day Challenge were a standout because they were made with no idea in mind, and completely on a whim, and while so disorganized looking, I loved the ethereal look they had!

Fairy Garden Nails

Fairy Garden Nails

Finally some nail art with Bio Sculpture Gel which is the product I use for work. I don’t tend to do a lot of nail art with it, but I created this manicure for a Christmas competition (which I didn’t get a place sadly) and I really loved it!

Bio Sculpture Christmas Nail Art

Bio Sculpture Christmas Nail Art

So tell me what do you think of my favourites? Are any of these yours too? Let me know which nail art of mine you’ve liked most and what you’d like to see more of next year in the comments below!

Stay tuned for my favourite polishes post which I’ll have up in the next couple of days!

Chris xx

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  • sugarboombliss .

    My favourite is the fairy garden, then its a tie between the geometric dry brush and the elegant stamping. But what I really loved was your ‘delicate’ design from the 31DC. I tend to like the more delicate or sparse stamping because it lets the polish underneath (usually a gorgeous indie creation) have some love too and not just be covered up by thick stamping. Ooh I loved this post and looking forward to your other favourites of the year. Dawnxx

  • Oooh, these are all so gorgeous Christine! But I really dig the bio sculpture gel look, it’s so unique and bold! And stamping, I looooove stamping as well <3.

  • These are all absolutely stunning Christine! The fairy garden design is still one of my all time favourites you did! I can’t wait for the favourite polishes post!

  • Rosalia Pano

    loved above all the stamping ones!! you are very good and look forward to see more of your work in 2016 🙂

  • I can see why these are your favorites! They are all amazing! I love the second mani in particular. SO BEAUTIFUL! I look forward to seeing what you have in store for us next year!

  • Geometric designs are some of y favourites, too! 🙂
    Those are my fav from You, although you did really well with stamping, too. I love this kind of posts and even sometimes think of compiling one myself, but then I lack the energy haha

  • Geometric designs are some of y favourites, too! 🙂
    Those are my fav from You, although you did really well with stamping, too. I love this kind of posts and even sometimes think of compiling one myself, but then I lack the energy haha

  • I utterly adore the geometric stamping/pastel dry brush combo. I love the geo/colour blocking with that old Femme Fatale too… can you tell I have a thing for geometric nail art?!
    You really did some stunning nail art this year, looking forward to what you come up with in 2016!