Dreaming Of Daisies

Spring may not be here yet, but that didn’t stop me from putting all things pastel and feminine on my nails in this Marc Jacobs inspired manicure!

Daisy Dream Inspired ManicureMarc Jacobs is a master of design. His perfume bottles are works of art, even without the pretty smells found inside. Daisy started it all, but by no means was it the end. In the years since, Honey, Dot and countless other gorgeous bottles and delightful scents have made their way onto the market. Prior to owning Daisy Dream, Dot was my preferred MJ perfume, but this pretty guy gives it a run for it’s money.

Tools I Used // Essie Find Me An Oasis + Blanc + Ciate Ladylike Luxe
Tools I Used // Essie Find Me An Oasis + Blanc + Ciate Ladylike Luxe

Everything about this bottle screams PAINT ME. So that’s just what I did. Pale blue creme, white and gold have quickly become a perfect color combination in my mind. It’s going to take a lot to kick this manicure out of my favorites!

Daisy Dream Inspired Manicure

Daisy Dream Inspired Manicure

Insta-design perfectionΒ in the nail world comes in the form of creating a look with different, yet complimentary designs on each nail.Β  My first great success with this technique came from my New Year’s rose gold mani, and I can’t seem to stop! With my dotting tool, I created a white and gold polka-dot pattern next to a daisy nail taken straight from the bottle. Subtle gold dot trios and a half moon tied up the finished product. Overall, it was a simple design, but has a striking effect!

Daisy Dream Inspired Manicure Daisy Dream Inspired ManicureDo you love Marc Jacob’s perfume bottles?? Which is your favorite? Happy Reading!

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