Monday 2 October 2017

OPI Khaki Tribal

 It feels like forever since I last did tribal nails, especially ones that take ages. I'm too much of a perfectionist so tribal nails annoy me a lot because I don't quite have the skill to make them look like I want. Nevertheless, I do like them, and I'm pretty happy with how these ones turned out. I didn't have a clue where I was going with this design, I just wanted to have a play around with the OPI - Iceland Collection* so I decided to see where it would go. I did intend to do the design on all my fingers but I really liked the line design on it's own so I left those as accents. 

I pretty much just used polishes from the OPI - Iceland Collection* except for the white. I knew as soon as the collection landed on my doorstep that I needed to do some nail art with it, and this definitely wont be the last design, there are so many gorgeous polishes in there! 

I used 2 coats of OPI - This Isn't Greenland* as the base, then I used Check Out The Old Geysirs*, Reykjavik Has All The Best Spots*, Less Is Norse* and I'll Have A Gin and Tectonic* for the details, plus white. Then I used Seche Vite to seal in the design. I did add a matte topcoat after this but for once I actually preferred them shinier! 

What do you think? Let me know in the comments!

*Some of the products in this post were provided to me for review but all opinions are entirely my own and were not influenced in any way


  1. You’ve done such a great job, it looks like a tricky design to master. I love the tribal print trend too! :-) xx

    Helen | Helen’s Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

  2. These look so pretty! I am also the same, I get really nit-picky about have perfect lines with tribal designs but yours look flawless :)


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