Good morning dears! It's the first day of August and I have a sweet post to share with you today. A couple days ago I received the Zoya Naturel Duex set and I immediately had 2 art ideas to try out with the different shade sets. I must have been hungry when I pulled these out because I decided to use the browns first and give the sugar spun method a try - I thought it would look like drizzled chocolate, yum. This is a fairly easy, but time consuming nail art. As it was my first attempt it came out a little messier than I would have liked but it also really captured my inspiration and looks delicious! So let's take a look at my pics and I'll tell you what I did! Keep an eye out for regular swatches of the Naturel Deux collection and another nail art post featuring the 3 berrys! The Nautrel Deux collection is available now and retails for $9 a bottle.
The Naturel Deux collection has 3 brown cremes in shades that look so much like chocolate I couldn't resist maybe my nails look like chocolates. I started with the middle shade brown, Chanelle which is described as a "full coverage toasted almond creme." Chanelle has a fabulous formula and lovely creamy finish. I then used the sugar spun method to create the chocolate drizzle. I used Emilia first and carefully layed polish strings across my nail. Emilia is the darkest of the 3 browns, described as a "full coverage dark chocolate cream." Mmmmm, dark chocolate. I finished by placing strings of Spencer, "a full coverage rich camel cream." Spencer looks an awful lot like caramel. I finished it all off with a thick layer of topcoat, but you could also leave the look as is for a little texture.