Red, Yellow and Green Saran Wrap | 40 Great Nail Art Ideas
This manicure is a red, yellow and green Saran wrap manicure for one of the 40 Great Nail Art Ideas themes.
After far too many weeks out of the nail art loop, I have finally managed to jump back in. And this manicure is about four weeks late. In fact, the challenge is now over, and the next one has begun. But I still have two more manicures to complete after this one. I will make sure I finish them though, as then I will have done two years of a once-weekly challenge.
In fact, I did paint these nails at the time, but I just haven’t had the time to post them. I’m a freelance marketing consultant, and work has been busy, but more than that, I am on my son’s school’s parents’ association committee, and the time I have had to devote to that recently has meant I just haven’t been able to keep up with the blog … nor paint my nails. Hopefully things will change soon and the commitment needed there will lessen.
I was already wearing red on my nails: Nella Milano Scarlet Heat. To that, I have added Revlon Barry M Olive, a very pale, quite “dirty” green, using scrunched up cling film (Saran wrap). Finally, I added some yellow, using Revlon Buttercup. There seemed to be too much yellow on my nails, and I didn’t want to see too much green [regular readers will know I’m not a great fan of green] so I added some more red on top.
Red, yellow and green is not a great colour combination in my opinion. But I quite liked the effect of these nails.
- Colours: Nella Milano Scarlet Heat, Revlon Buttercup and Barry M Olive
- Top coat: Sally Hansen Insta-Dri
All manicure images are copyright to Kerruticles unless otherwise mentioned.
Nella Milano Scarlet Heat was previously sent to me for review. All views expressed in this post are my own, honest and unbiased opinions.
I can’t add my nails to the link-up as it has expired. But you can still see all the manicures here:
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Lovely 🙂 I like how you are determined to finish the challenge, good on you!
I finished the previous challenge (the 52 Week Pick n Mix Challenge), so I want to finish this one too!
These are bloody scary looking!