It's always difficult to decide which Christmas style to start with, and normally for me it would be snowflakes, as I do snowflake nails each year, but I saw lots of them popping up all over Instgram, so thought I'd save them for later and go for a cute snowman design first.
Back in September I had thought of a snow scene design using China Glaze Chillin' With My Snowmies, so I incorporated this in with the snowman. I started with a base of Barry M Blueberry Ice Cream for a chilly feel and added a coat of the China Glaze topper on all my nails, expect my middle finger.
I then used White Knight from MoYou London to paint a small circle for the snowman's head. I then used Barry Mushroom, and Graffiti Nails Tuscany for the details.
A couple of years ago I did a dotticure Christmas tree design which I absolutely loved, so I thought I' recreated it, but in non traditional Christmas colours. I used Models Own Snow White as a base and then used, Kiko 277, Barry M Sparkling Amethyst, China Glaze Frostbite, and OPI Turn on the Haute Light for all the fun dots. Dotticures are one of my favourite nail designs to do, so it's always lots of fun to add them to a Christmas design.
As I mentioned before each Christmas I do a snowflake design, and inspired by my 'non traditional' colours in my previous design, I decided to use Sparkling Ruby from Barry M for some dramatic snowflakes. For the base of the snowflake nails I used Happy Anniversary by OPI which came in my November Nail Box.
To finish off the year, I went for something simple, but gorgeous. Thunder and Lightning from Models Own is just the perfect choice for new year's, the holographic glitter looks just like all the fireworks set off to celebrate. It is a little thin on application, so you need at least three coats, but that's a small price to pay for the amazing glitter.
What was your favourite design this month?
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