The morning of Cinco de Mayo, I wanted to wear some festively bright colors, so I did a little accent nail in one of the most recognized patterns of Mexican culture, the sarape. Though the shawls come in different patterns and colors, I picked a brightly colored striped pattern for my accent. I even attempted and mostly pulled it off on my right hand's ring finger, but I'll save you from having to see that Cinderella finger.
The blue on the rest of my fingers is Sia (Zoya). To get the sarape look, I layered lines of darker shades of blue and orange on top of lighter ones with my favorite striping brush. I also did a layer of white (White Porcelain by INM) first, and accented with black (Black Hole by INM). In order from lightest to darkest, here are the colors I used:
- Sky - picture polish
- Dory - Zoya
- Sia - Zoya
- Excuse Me, Sur - essie
- Cam - Zoya
- Tasmanian Devil Made Me Do It - OPI
How did you spend your weekend?