Freehand Splotch Nail Art

I have been really good about my polish purchases lately. And by that I mean I just haven't been buying a whole lot. Part of that is due to watching my wallet and the other part is due to the fact that I am participating in a Valentine's Day -themed gift exchange and everyone has agreed to not purchase any polish from their wish lists. Which means I haven't purchased polish in nearly a month! Yes- a whole month! So you can imagine that I've been a bit itchy to purchase something new and shiny.To sate my hunger I purchased a couple of non-wish list polishes this past weekend. One of them was this really pretty glitter from Forever 21. var _gaq = _gaq || []; _gaq.push(['_setAccount', 'UA-41312601-1']); _gaq.push(['_setDomainName', '']); _gaq.push(['_setAllowLinker', true]); _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']);

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I wish Forever 21 would give their polishes names. This one is called White Multi Glitter. Scintillating and creative, right? It is a milky white base with orange microglitter and green, orange and yellow round glitter. I love the colors in this polish- when I saw it it immediately made me think of Spring. 
I was originally thinking of doing a dotticure over the polish but I thought that would be a bit predictable and wanted to do something different. I opted to do some freehand splotches in similar colors. I used my nail art brush and  Essence Off To Miami, Sinful Colors UnicornSinful Colors Snow Me White and Revlon Emerald to make random splotches over my nails. 
I'm in love with how this turned out! It's so cheerful and bright and kind of reminds me of a happy version of  a print.