I chose to do a pattern similar to the Cath Kidston Provence Rose fabric, as I happen to have a beautiful CK full tea set in that pattern. I was very nervous about doing this nail art, but it’s actually very simple to do, and it doesn’t matter if you’re a little messy, it adds to the charm!
Cath Kidston Nails
To create my Cath Kidston nails I did this:
- Apply two coats of your base colour, I used Revlon Blue Lagoon.
- Using a nail art pen, dot on your little polka dots on all but one of your nails on each hand. I used a white nail art pen from Poundland which worked amazingly well.
- On your empty nail, smudge on 3 little splodges in a dark pink. I used Miners Jezebel for this.
- While the nail polish is still wet, splodge on a lighter pink on the inside of each dark pink splodge. I used Miners Marshmallow.
- Then, you can either use a tooth pick, or fine nail art tool, to apply a small amount of the darker pink inside the small light pink splodge. However I chose to use another nail art pen from Poundland, in a bright pink.
- Once this has dried, draw on a few little green leaves. I used Barry M Mint Green.
- Once you’re all done with your pattern, apply a clear top coat!