Mani Monday: TIFF Edition

TIFF Nail Art Design

It’s TIFF season! One of my most favourite times of the year! To celebrate I had to do a TIFF design for this Mani Monday and I’m pretty happy with the results.

I attend TIFF every year. This year I’m seeing 6 movies and did a little stargazing last night when I met Idris Elba at his movie premiere. Make sure to check out my Instagram for the picture!

TIFF Nail Art Design

To create this design you’ll need only 4-5 nail polishes – white, black, orange and gold.

For the index and pinky fingers start with a white base then take your black polish and create a thick curved line. Once that has dried for a few minutes, take your white polish and create little rectangles along the two edges of the black line with a nail art brush. With a very thin brush, take your white polish again to create the separate sections of the film reel. You could also make the middle sections gold if you wanted to add a little extra glam.

TIFF Nail Art Design

For the TIFF logo, start with an orange nail polish base then take your white polish and a nail art brush and carefully draw out the logo. You can practice on a piece of aluminum foil before tackling your actual nail. Always remember that you can take some of your base colour afterwards to fix anything.

Lastly for the ring finger, take a gold glitter polish and apply 2-3 coats until full opacity is reached. You can also add a gold shimmer top coat over the glitter polish to add a bit more sparkle and shine.

TIFF Nail Art Design

Polishes Used: Wet n Wild Black Creme, Revlon Marmalade, Sinful Colors Snow Me White, Revlon Transforming Effects Gold Glaze, Sally Hansen Golden Rule

TIFF Nail Art Design

Hope you enjoyed this Mani Monday!

til next time…

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