Watercolor Nail Art Tutorial – Nica Bags Floral Print

Watercolor Nail Art Tutorial – Nica Bags Floral Print Inspiration

I was recently sent a bag from NICA to review, the Isla Crossbody Pink Tulip Bag and loved the print. Its such a pretty, unstructured watercolour design and I thought it would be a great idea for some nail art. If you want to see any more of my nail art tutorials you can find them here.

Watercolor Nail Art Tutorial

For my readers NICA are offering a 15% discount! To claim this discount you just need to paste the code strikeapose15 at the check out. This offer will only work on the actual Nica site. They have really pretty handbags and purses, brilliant for summer, with entire ranges designed around beautiful prints.

Here is my step by step watercolour nail art tutorial video showing how I created this nail art, building up different layers of polish using several different techniques. All items and products shown in the video are linked at the bottom of post. The main item I recommend if you are looking to get into nail art is the 15 Nail Art Brushes. The brushes are £1.40 for 15 nail art brushes, including postage! They are great quality, inexpensive and perfect for adding detail to your nail art.

Watercolor Nail Art Tutorial


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Products used in the watercolour nail art tutorial –

MUA Nail Polish Top Coat Clear
Barry M Gelly Nail Paint Lychee
Revlon Colorstay Nail Enamel Rain Forest 220
Maybelline Forever Strong Nail Polish Purple Reflects
Rimmel London Lasting Finish Pro Nail Color, Rags to Riches
Sally Hansen Salon Nail Lacquer – Orange You Cute?
15 Nail Art Brushes
Makeup Cotton Buds
Boots Essentials Nail Polish Remover 250ml

You can find more of the Crossbody style bags here.

Isla Crossbody Pink Tulip NICA Bag*

Mary Oliver

Mary 24 CRAFTY CREATIVE CLUMSY UK beauty, fashion, lifestyle blogger and vlogger I started this blog in summer 2013 to create my own little space to write relatable content on my personal style for the everyday girl. Yorkshire based lover of tea, floral prints and skater dresses.