Copper Leaves | Fall Mani

Hey everyone! Lately I’ve been swatching Zoya’s new Fall 2020 collection, Luscious* (swatches coming soon), and I felt so inspired that I decided to create a mani with three of my favourite shades. The copper shade, Soleil, is insanely beautiful, and I thought it made a great pairing with the burgundy and aegan blue. I love blue and red together in the Fall!

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  1. For this manicure, I started by applying a peel off base coat (UNT Ready for Takeoff)
  2. For the base of the leaf nails I used a deep aegan blue creme (Zoya Lou*). For the red abstract nails I used a deep burgundy creme (Zoya Lisa*).
  3. To create the leaf pattern I used the Whats Up Nails B033 Does It Look Like I Give a Fall stamping plate. I picked up the design with a black stamping polish (Maniology Straight Up Black) and filled it in on my What’s Up Nails Jumbo Clear Stamper with a metallic copper (Zoya Soleil*). To help the design transfer I applied the Maniology Sticky Base Coat to my nails, let that dry a couple of minutes, and then transferred the leaves onto my thumb, pointer and pinky fingers.
  4. For the abstract nail, I kept things simple and added a copper and blue swipe on top of the red base. I have been wanting to get into doing more abstract designs and I think this was a baby step in the right direction. It’s simple, but looks great!
  5. I finished off the mani by applying the Maniology No Smudge Nail Polish Top Coat (Use code SUPERNOVA10 to save 10% off Maniology purchases (affiliate)), followed by a glossy top coat (Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat).

What Fall colours or designs have you been wearing on your nails lately?

Watch my video tutorial below to see how it was done!

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