Obviously, Zoya’s summer collection was light creams in a rainbow palette. Something about the shading made me think of pop art. So that’s what I did. I was also thinking of doing tie-dye art, but I wanted more contrast, just like these fun colors. But then we went through a heat wave and I didn’t have the momentum to do sophisticated nail art or super duper line work, so I settled on the simplest art I could think of.
As I sat down, I wanted to make waves of every color that were outlined in black. Then I was like uhhh, that sounds like it’s going to take forever. Then I thought hmmm how about a simple dry brush over white? WAIT, let’s step this up. How about a dry brush over a clear glitter? YES SIR.
As I said, originally I wanted to do this over a white cream. But lately I’m so into sheer glitter and nail art about it, like I was with my Fourth of July Popsicles. I swear Zoya Eclipse has been in a box since it came out in Summer 2020 and I just never got around to gifting it. I’m glad I didn’t because now I just keep using it and I love it so much. It’s so versatile.
After two coats of Eclipse I used the entire Zoya Summer Palette for the Dry Brush Nail Art. I wiped off as much polish as possible and just wiped the brush on my nail in different directions. I used all 6 colors from the summer collection. Love it!
Here are some closeups because I love it! You can see that the dry brush is little what it is, brush of paint. No rhyme or reason! And I love the highlights that come through. I’m glad I switched to this at the last minute and not the white cream I originally made.
Ok, just saying I’m obsessed with this! I love how it came out!!
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