Saturday, March 11, 2017

Purim Hamantaschen Nail Art

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Happy Purim! I wanted to re-create my hamantaschen from last year but change it up a little bit with some texture polishes! Oh man, I can't wait to eat some of these tonight! If you're unfamiliar with the holiday, you can check it out here.


Purim Hamantaschen Nail Art



If you don't know what hamantaschen are, I bet you've seen them or even eaten them! My favorites are raspberry and apricot. 




I started with a base of a Cirque Colors that I got in a sample sale.  

I used Zoua Tatum as my cookie base and outlined in with Paint Box Polish Bacio. Then I matted the manicure!

I added Zoya Chyna as my raspberry jam and mixed Zoya Linds and Solange to make my apricot jam. I added dots just to be festive!


Purim Hamantaschen Nail Art


Purim Hamantaschen Nail Art


Purim Hamantaschen Nail Art

Doesn't the texture polish look like jam?!

Purim Hamantaschen Nail Art



Purim Hamantaschen Nail Art

Do you know of these cookies? Or do you enjoy my festive nail art?

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12 comments:

  1. Brilliant idea to use a textured polish the the jam. Definitely looks like the bumpy but shiny texture.

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    1. Yes! That was my goal! Bumpy but shiny, just like preserves. :)

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  2. I absolutely love how this came out. Such a fun mani and definitely a great inspired look. Love it.

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    1. Thank you! It's hard to do manicures off certain holidays and this is the most recognizable treat!

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  3. I have never had hamantaschen, but they look and sound delicious! Your nail art is super cute too!

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  4. I like how've made the jam stand out! Hope you enjoyed eating those

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    1. Yes that was my goal! The sparkle gives the bit of shine that jam has too.

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  5. Those look deliscious! I've never tried hamantaschen before. The texture you used really give the mani a dimensional appeal!

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    1. They are a simple but super yummy cookie! Thanks!!

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