Hello my beautiful friends out there. Today I am going to share a special manicure which I do every year at this time.
India is a country of festivals. We Indians celebrates many festivals throughout the year which actually keeps us alive and awesome in every season. Every state in India has common and unique festival celebrations. According to Indian Calendar this is the last month of a year and In my stat it’s a month full of celebrations starting form Navratri to Diwali and New Year, it’s that time of year when you can actually smell festivity in the air.
Today is a first day of a 9 day long dance festival known as Navratri. I wish a very happy Navratri to my all Gujarati friends and who ever is celebrating this festival. I never go out to play Garba and Dandiya but I do love the colroful traditional outfits of Garba and that’s the reason why I always can’t resist to wear traditional clothes of Garba on my nails.
If you want to know more about Navrati click HERE to see my full blog post with of course Navrati special nailart. Check out my other Navrati manicures HERE , HERE, and HERE
And finally let’s talk about a Navratri Special manicure of the year. I started with applying Juice black polish as my base. It’s a gorgeous black one coater and I like it a lot. Everything else is handpainted using acrylic colours and sealed under Bundle Monster’s top gel coat. I have used silver hexa glitter and drop from Born Pretty store.
Hope you have enjoyed the post. I have created one more simple Navratri special manicure which I am going to share here soon. So I will see you lovelies very soon.
Thank you so much for taking time to visit. I would love to read your thoughts. 🙂
These are gorgeous! Love the color and the nails design! ♥
The Indian culture is very unique and beautiful.
Beautiful festive manicure, it matches perfectly to that dress that inspired you! 🙂
Hi dear! You've done a great work!! You're so precise!
Queen of patterns strikes again – you make the most beautiful patterns on nails! This one is no exception. I love it!
You are right Madalina. Indian culture is very unique. Thank you very much for your kind words. 🙂
Oh thank you so much. 🙂
That's so sweet of you dear. 🙂
Oh dear dear..you are too kind. Love love love your comment. 🙂