Nail-Art-A-Go-Go Challenge – Day 7: Primary Colors

Happy Friday everyone! I finally had time to edit some photos for today’s post. It should have been posted yesterday but I didn’t have the time, forgive me. But whatever I’m here now with a new desing. For day seven of the NAGG Challenge I did som Joan Miró inspired nails.

The theme for today was primary colors and at first I had no idea of what I was going to do. Then I thought of Miró’s paintings, he mostly used red, yellow and blue for all his works and I realized it was the perfect idea for this theme.

I searched photos of his works and got some inspiration. I payed attention to what kind of shapes he used to paint and how he combined the colors and I think I did a pretty good job.

I have to say that my favorite would be my middle finger and my thumb. I really like how it turned out at the end.

I’m happy to be able to include Catalan artists in some of the themes for the challenge. This is the first one but I hope it isn’t the last one. Furthermore the themes that are coming with the next phase are really cool and I can’t wait to start.

I hope you like this design and that you are enjoying Lindsey’s and my nail art for the NAGG Challenge. Check her last design on the inlikz below and have a nice weekend! Happy polishing!

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About Mireia Pavón Bayley

I'm Mireia an 18 year old girl that loves painting her nails. I enjoy nail art but I'm just a beginner. I'm a die-hard fan of Aerosmith and I love art and food, the big pleasures of life.
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6 Responses to Nail-Art-A-Go-Go Challenge – Day 7: Primary Colors

  1. These look amazing! So neat and precise and they reminded me of Miro paintings before I even read that was your inspiration.

  2. Julie says:

    I love this. Amazing job!

  3. Oh this is so striking and gorgeous!!!

    I love his dada and experimental pieces, and your nails are awesome!

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