December 21, 2014

NAIL IT: Tiffany & Co. Christmas Nails


Unfortunately those in the Southern Hemisphere, like us, don't have the luxury of just throwing on a trusty ol' Christmas sweater unless melted snowman is the look you're going for. There is though, an easier way of embracing the festive holiday for those experiencing a warmer 25th of December or just wanting to crank up the Christmas cheer a notch- NAIL ART! Just like a necklace can transform your outfit, nail art can put the oh! in any ocassion.


Trust us, even if you're crunched for time, this post will have you Christmas-ready in no time.
Keep in mind that all the colours we've used in our pictorial can be swapped with colours of your choice. We picked out these specific shades to recreate the iconic Tiffany & Co. boxes which, fingers crossed, some of us may be lucky enough to find under the tree this Christmas!
Cue the sleigh bells...

 
1. Paint your nails with a clear undercoat.
 
2. Paint all your nails, except the middle finger with a Tiffany Blue shade. Apply as many coats as required to achieve an opaque finish.
 


3. Create an accent nail with the middle finger by layering a silver and glitter polish
 
 
Now for the fun part...
 
4. Using a tooth pick, dip the tip into silver nail polish and draw in your bow.
     TIP: Start off with the cross before drawing the actual bow

 
 
5. Finish off with a clear top coat to seal in your design.

 
 
Voila!
 
If you try out this or any of our past nail art tutorials, send a picture or tag us in your photo so we can see!
 
From the both of us, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas. We hope your day is filled with lots of love, laughter and food! A big thank you to all our readers for supporting
M + K over the past year.  We can't wait to share with you more blogging fun in the New Year! 
 
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♥ M + K

35 comments:

  1. beautiful! I really really wanted a Tiffany blue for my nails this Christmas, will get to it asap. you both nailed it ;) <3

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    1. You sure should! It's so simple and quick to do :)

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  2. This looks so easy to do! Happy Holidays! x
    trulyyourskyle

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  3. OMG this is so cute!! I love the color and the glitters! :) so festive <3

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    1. We really love the way the colours and design turned out!

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  4. I love that blue it's so pretty, also I love you're nails - very Christmassy;)
    Just followed you via GFC :)

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  5. Lovely :D i wish my nails were that long :(
    you have such a beautiful blog :)))

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    1. Haha they're not that long. We actually prefer our nails to be on the shorter side

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  6. Ooh this is such a fabulous idea! It looks so pretty! I especially love the nail with the ribbon!

    xo Deborah
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    1. Thanks Deborah! We chose just to put the ribbon on two nails, but you can always put them all all of your nails :)

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  7. Nailed it! Hhehehehe. Ok well I thought I was funny. Such a wonderful job. There's no way I could draw a bow that well.

    :] // ▲ itsCarmen.com ▲

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    1. Haha! Trust us, it's a lot easier than it looks :)

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  8. Beautiful color! I was wondering how people can decorate their nails nicely, because you can't use the brush from the nail polish to draw the details. Great idea in using toothpick to draw the details ;)

    Deasy Tantra

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    1. We either use a bobby pin or tooth pick when we're doing nail art, but you can also buy special kits from stores.

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  9. I love Tiffany Blue nail color! My favorite is For Audrey by China Glaze. (:

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    1. We'll have to check it out! You can never have too many nail polishes!

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  10. Love the nail art. Your nails look amazing :)

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  11. Tried out the bow today and it turned out better than I expected, but not as nice as yours! It was quite easy to do. Love this pictorial :)

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    1. Aww that's great to hear! We'd love to see a picture, so feel free to tweet us or tag us in a picture

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  12. So so so cute. Love the color

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  13. The colours are very fresh and lovely!

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  14. love the little bow! you nails look amazing, specially loving the tiffany's blue shade!
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    1. Thank you! We've re-discovered our love for Tiffany blue after this :)

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  15. Love your nailart!
    Merry xmas
    xoxo

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    1. Thank you! We hope you had a lovely Christmas. If you love this post, then make sure you check out our other nail posts

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  16. Love the colours ! :) x


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  17. what an adorable nail combo x
    Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays !
    Stefanie | Casualllyawkward | Bloglovin

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    1. Tiffany blue and silver are a match made in heaven!

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  18. Beautiful color and design!!!!!

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  19. Such a beautiful color, and gorgeous with silver!! And, ehem, I envy you for your eternal warm climate ;-))

    Rosa

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    1. Haha Thanks Rosa! We do love our sun!

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