Daisy

Maleficent

Inspired by Lana Del Rey’s version of “Once Upon A Dream” for the upcoming Disney remake of Sleeping Beauty, Maleficent. Lana gives the song such a dark and haunting undertone, yet it’s still rich and beautiful at the same time.

Maleficent Once Upon A Dream Petite Peinture Nail Art DisneyI know you, I walked with you once upon a dream…

Maleficent Once Upon A Dream Petite Peinture Nail Art Disney
Maleficent Once Upon A Dream Petite Peinture Nail Art Disney
Maleficent Once Upon A Dream Petite Peinture Nail Art Disney

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3 thoughts on “Maleficent

  1. Renae Bauer

    Hi. I have recently gotten in to nail art. Oddly enough through unusual means. Short version, I’m a teacher and fell at school and broke both my wrists. Since I cannot use my hands, my nails have grown to beautiful lengths that I never previous thought possible. The young lady that cuts my hair convinced me to let her do my nails and I have never looked back. I have found that my students love the nail art and look forward to my bi-weekly manicures. They even suggest things I should put on my nails. Their current infatuation is Avengers on my nails. They are high school age. I digress. :-)

    But I do love your work, and if you accept that imitation is the best for of flattery, I would love to know more about how you do what you do.

    Thank you for your time and you are truly a very talent young lady.

    Best Wishes,
    Renae Bauer

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    1. DaisyDaisy Post author

      Hello Renae,

      Thank you for your wonderful note! Nail art is really therapeutic for me. ^_^ And of course, you are more than welcome to ask any questions and we will try our best to answer them. We don’t mind imitation, in fact, we love seeing recreations! I am flattered that you like our work.

      For small detail work, I usually use a tiny craft brush (about the size of 0.5 mm lead). If the line or shape is not quite perfect, I’ll take the color I used for the base and fix the line. I paint and draw quite a bit outside of nail art, so I take some of those techniques and apply them to nail art as well. (We also have some tutorials to give a glimpse of our process.)

      Thank you again!
      Daisy

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