Valentine’s Day Themed Watercolor Art 2013

Valentine’s Day Themed Watercolor Art 2013 Collage

Hello everyone. I’m back today with another manicure from many years ago, that I actually didn’t even originally create for Valentine’s Day, haha.

I thought these could easily go for a Valentine’s Day type of manicure…

This manicure was done sometime in early September of 2013, so it’s almost 10 years old!

To execute the watercolor technique, I used Sally Hansen’s Right Said Red as the base, white acrylic paint for the watercolor design, and I used Sally Hansen’s Sparkling Rose on various random parts of every nail for some extra sparkle.

To create the watercolor spots, I used a striper brush, acrylic paint, and water; I would dot a very small dot of the acrylic paint on the nail using the brush, then I would dip the brush in water and spread it as far as I wanted the watercolor spot to go. Using the same brush I placed spots of Sparkling Rose over various parts of each nail.

Although this manicure was created around Fall time, I think it’s very Valentine’s Day-appropriate, and it looks like it could have been created specifically for the holiday! I like these quite a bit

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Sally Hansen Right Said Red (discontinued): https://ebay.us/lQOjDP
I have no link for Sally Hansen Sparkling Rose because it’s a very old and now discontinued rare nail polish and I couldn’t find it anywhere.
Striping Brushes: https://amzn.to/3QN0adq

Apple Barrel White Acrylic Paint: https://amzn.to/3QEw2ku

Links to the top coat and base coat I used to use back then and the ones I currently use:

INM Out The Door Super Fast Drying Top Coat: https://amzn.to/3Gag6BL

Sally Hasnen Double Duty Base and Top Coat: https://amzn.to/3QMjKXt


Poshe Fast Drying Top Coat: https://ebay.us/sBIUrT
Poshe Fast Drying Base Coat: https://ebay.us/NiOQLu

As always, thanks for stopping by! ❤️

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