Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Work Wear Wednesday: Monochrome Chevrons

It is Work Wear Wednesday again! I have been slacking in posting lately, and for that I am sorry. I really wanted to make sure I got this up on Wednesday even though it is late. I decided to go with a simple two tone look. I created a chevron design just using Nail Vinyls and L'Oreal polishes.








1. Paint a base color. I used a slightly metallic L'Oreal Stroke of Midnight. Let it dry completely.
2. Add tape or nail vinyls in the shape of two chevron points. Make sure the tape is firmly pressed on the nail.
3. Paint a generous coat of another color, in this case I used L'Oreal Greycian Goddess.
4. Clean up the edges and add a top coat!

This is a really easy design that took no time at all! I like combining metallics and cremes, the effect is always so pretty. I hope you like this! I think the colors really make it interesting while still work appropriate. Thanks for reading, as always. Have a great night!

27 comments:

  1. Those triangles look so perfect, and nail art like that really elongates your nails!

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  2. That mani is just so pretty!! Great job!

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  3. I love Greycian Goddess! It's my go-to grey. Beautiful design.

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  4. So simple and chic! I love the combination of polish finishes!

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  5. Aweee Stroke of Midnight is one of my favourite greys! I love the simple chevron!

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  6. Very pretty! I'm so in love with grey polishes lately.

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  7. This looks awesome! Very posh yet work appropriate!

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  8. The combination of the polishes is awesome, I love this look!

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  9. ValiantlyVarnishedJanuary 23, 2015 at 7:45 PM

    This is a gorgeous combo!

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  10. It is such a perfect grey, it is my go-to grey as well.

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  11. It has a really interesting subtle color to it!

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  12. Me too! Grey is my go to work color. I don't love nudes or pinks as much as grey!

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