Saturday, February 8, 2014

Saran Wrap Art with the Zoya Naturel Collection

Good morning!  Hope your Saturday is going well.  Me and my clan just got up and had a delicious cinnamon roll bake and now we are thinking of heading out to see the Lego Movie (yeah - I have 3 littles, 2 of which are Lego loving boys).  Aside from trying to hit up a restock later today that's about it for my plans.  And I have this fun nail art to show you today!  The Saran Wrap method is so simple, even an art novice like myself can make it look fabulous!  Yesterday I shared the Zoya Naturel Collection (you can see it HERE)  and this is another post featuring that collection!  

Alright, I started this with 2 coats of Normani, the darkest color in the Naturel Collection - a gorgeous "sable mauve cream."  I let Normani dry completely and then I used the saran wrap method.  This is truly the easiest yet coolest looking art effect.  You need saran wrap (of course), cut up into small squares, and a paper plate.  I took Chantal, the "French Vanilla cream" and used the brush to put some on the paper plate.  I balled up a small square of saran wrap, dipped it in the polish and lightly dabbed it on top of Normani.  No rhyme or reason, do it until you think it looks good!  I let Chantal dry (which happens very quickly) and then did the same thing with Brigitte and Rue.  Once all was dry I used 1 layer of topcoat.  Voila!  What do you think?  Will you try the saran wrap method?  

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  1. Oh no now I want to do a suran wrap mani and I had planned to do another mani type! Will you be entering this in the contest? You totally should! It's fantastic!!!

  2. So pretty! I love how the saran wrap method works here! Its very subtle :)

  3. Gorgeous! The effect you get with a saran wrap is always spectacular.