Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Freehand Epic Princess Story (5 glow in the dark manis!!!)

Yessss it's time for another freehand nail art story! This time we follow a princess on her adventures, but she still needs a name! What would you call her? Anyways, all of it is completely freehand with black acrylic paint and my Roubloff 00 brush, now let's dive into the story!

We start our story with a princess. She has always been kept safe in the castle by her parents, but it's boring and she wants to see the world, so she runs away!

I used Serum No. 5 Starlight, Coral-ectric & Raspberry Delight for the background gradient.
On her travels, she comes across these giant mushrooms. The mushrooms don't have legs, they must always stay in the same place, so to keep eachother busy, they tell eachother tales and sing songs. The princess stays a while to listen to them.

Colors used are Serum No. 5 Glo-balt Blue, Blue Blazes& Kiwi Glow Now?

She also meets these lovely little enchanting fairies, friendly little beings that want to see the princess from up close. One of them sits on her hand and she studies the tiny fairy, her perfect little wings, her pointy feet, she's beautiful <3

This gradient is made with Serum No. 5 Awesome Blossom, Day Glow& Solar Power.

Oh no, a dragon! Our princess is scared but the prince comes charging towards the dragon on his steed, ready to save the princess!

This gorgeous colorful gradient consists of Serum No. 5 Infrared, Orange You Sunny& Highlight.

Oh hell.... The princess steals the prince's horse and leaves him to be snacked upon by the dragon. Who needs a prince to save them anyways? She'd just be back in a boring castle, but now she's free to roam the lands!

I used Serum No. 5 Wisteria-ously Bright, Guiding Light & Atomic Peach for this last gradient.

Until next time, dear princess!!! Hopefully we'll get to see more of her adventures, as soon as she has a decent name to call herself!
A lot of these gradients make an appearance in my video on how to make the ultimate smooth gradient:

I received all of the polishes in this article as a press sample for an honest review. Opinions expressed are 100% my own and not influenced in any way other than the quality of the product itself.  

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