Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Winter Nail Art Challenge: Lights, Menorah Nail Art

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Hello Tuesday and Hello Chanukah tonight! Today continues the Winter Nail Art challenge with Polished Lifting, and today's prompt is lights. What better way to kick off the Festival of Lights, Chanukah, than with menorah nail art?

Winter Nail Art Challenge: Lights, Menorah Nail Art

Chanukah is a beautiful story of miracles, hope, and persistence. The oil that should have lasted just one night, lasted 8 nights. We light a candle each night of Chanukah to represent this Miracle of Lights. So I have done some Menorah (technically this is a Hanukiah, but I don't want to confuse you!) art.

The new Lechat Moon Goddess collection was perfect for this art. I used Illuminate (gold holo glitter), Eternal Midnight (blue creme), and Selene (grey creme) for this look. I topped if off with a matte top coat!


Winter Nail Art Challenge: Lights, Menorah Nail Art

Winter Nail Art Challenge: Lights, Menorah Nail Art

Winter Nail Art Challenge: Lights, Menorah Nail Art

Happy Chanukah! I'm heading to go grate five tons of potatoes for latkes tonight! Head back tomorrow for full swatches of this Lechat collection!

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10 comments:

  1. These turned out so pretty! Good luck with your potato grating haha

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    1. Thank you! I love the way I represented lights!

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  2. The matte finish is perfect. Happy potato grating 😊

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  3. Ugh, grating potatoes (or any veggie) totally hurt my hands, lol. I don't envy you. This art is SO pretty!

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    1. Latkes have such few ingredients, but they are so labor intensive!

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  4. Love this! I can't wait to hear about the latkes! I know last year you did some great nail art and I remember some treats being thrown in. :)

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  5. Your details are so equivalent ! So great!

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  6. Beautiful nailart! And why didn't I think of this, my grandparents was jewish :)

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