A little striping tape and a layer of Revlon Trendy add something fun! I love how you can still see the green glow peeking out.
There's been some hatin' on Zoya Bevin lately on the Facebook groups, and I wanted to do something pretty with it to redeem poor, tarnished Bevin. I found this nail art by Robin Moses that I thought would do the trick. I started with an uneven French tip of Bevin over Hemlock.
Cherry blossoms! Robin's tutorial explains the process better than I could.
Here's all the colors I used. Base of Illamasqua Hemlock, tip of Zoya Bevin. Branches are Zoya Cheryl, and the flowers are a mix of Julep Glenn (metallic red) and Helen (pastel lilac).
Do they look like cherry blossoms to you? A lot of my flowers are a little more abstract than I'd like! I loved this look, though.
Are you a fan of polishes like Hemlock that are iridescent? Do you think Bevin looks pretty like this?