Guest Post: Summer Chevron Nail Art with Sassy Shelly

by Lisa Heath
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Guest Post: Summer Chevron Nail Art with Sassy Shelly

Hello Cosmetic Sanctuary fans! I’m Shelly from SassyShelly.com and I am beyond thrilled to be doing this guest post today! Cosmetic Sanctuary was one of the very first beauty blogs that I discovered when I came into this world 3 years ago and I have been an avid reader ever since. I wish I had the courage to do all of the beauty product reviews like Lisa does, but nails are more my forte so I came up with a fun summery chevron nail art design to share with you all today!

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To create this look I used 5 holographic polishes from the new Colors by Llarowe Summer Collection. My Own Private Paradise (purple), Chillin In Paradise (blue), So Refreshing (green), Anna’s Adventure (pink), and Nice Melons (orange).
To make the rainbow of chevrons I began by painting the top half of my nails blue and the lower half pink. Once dry I placed 2 Nail Vinyl Chevron decals on each nail – one covering a section of blue and one covering a section of pink. I then used the remaining colors to paint stripes between the decals.  I pulled the vinyls off with tweezers while the polish was still wet then sealed in the design with Seche Vite fast dry topcoat.  Hopefully that description makes sense.. maybe I will do a tutorial on it one day.

colors by llarowe chevron art
However if you don’t own a set of these handy dandy vinyl decals you can create chevrons and other fancy DIY decals by using decorative edge craft scissors to cut dried nail polish. I did make a tutorial on that technique, you can see that HERE.
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My blog focuses mainly on nail art and swatches. If you’re a fellow polish lover stop by and visit me sometime at SassyShelly.com, Shelly’s Sassy Nails on Faceboook or @SassyShelly129 on Instagram and everywhere else. :)

Thanks for reading! I hope you’ve enjoyed this post as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it. It has been an honor to be featured here on Cosmetic Sanctuary. Thank you Lisa! xoxo

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7 comments

cynthia decker July 19, 2014 - 3:14 am

This is stunning! I love the colors you chose!

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Pevita November 10, 2014 - 3:39 pm

Love the color and chevron pattern! The design look chic and standout, what a beautiful mani!

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Fita April 17, 2015 - 6:11 pm

very pretty to look fingernails are always treated

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Rainbow Chevron Nail Art with Cirque Vice + a TUTORIAL! - Sassy Shelly July 27, 2015 - 3:31 pm

[…] they Cool! I did a similar mani for a guest post on Cosmetic Sanctuary last year. But with these I added a reverse stamping aka advanced stamping aka stamping decal (we […]

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