Girly Blue & Pink Freehand Chevron Moons 🌙

Hello loves & happy Wednesday!

Already the middle of the week –how crazy is that? Today I’m sharing another cute look on these new shorties of mine. Whenever I have a bad break, I always get stressed about what I’m going to be able to paint on my nails. But the truth is, nail art looks just as cute on short nails as it does on long… & sometimes it looks even cuter! I always find that a moon/chevron moon design looks best on a shorter nail length, which is why I tend to do them more when my length is short.

Today’s look I went simple, & girlie.

The polishes I used for this manicure are: 

  • Base Coat: Londontown KUR Nail Hardener & Base Coat 
  • Top Coat: Seche Vive Fast Dry Top
  • Sally Hansen Good. Kind. Pure. Love You Lotus
  • Sally Hansen GKP Blue Moonstone
  • Color Club Art Club Striper Passion Flower

Back in the early days of my Instagram, I saw a tutorial from @christabellnails that showed how do easily do the v-shape of a chevron moon, & I’ve been doing it that way ever since. Obviously, I do still do the occasional vinyl look too, but this is so much easier if you don’t want to have to wait for your base shade to full dry.

Also these colours are so cute together! Blue Moonstone from the Good Kind Pure line is still one of my favourites to grab for a quick manicure, so I enjoyed pairing it with this soft pink base. & just a little hint of purple around the edges.

What do you think of these freehand chevron moons? Do you like a simple design like this, or are you a fan of a more poppy complicated look? Let me know all your thoughts down in the comments below!

& have a happy Wednesday! ♥︎

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