It's that time again! My year-end round up of my top ten favorite nail art that I've done this year. I have a confession to make - I had forgotten a lot of the nail art I'd done this year. With the many blogging breaks I wound up taking it just didn't feel like I'd done a whole lot, but as I went through my archives and looked at everything from January on I realized I'd done quite a bit. And not only that - I'd done some of my favorite nail art ever! Go figure. Though I do have certain designs that stand out for me, this list is no particular order.
This design is one of my all-time favorites for two reasons: 1. I love the pop art aesthetic of it and 2 . I used a technique that I'd never tried before and managed to do a fairly decent job of it. Is it perfect? Nah. But perfection is overrated my friends.
The simplicity of this look is one of the things I like best about it. It's clean (thanks to me using a stamping plate for the polka dot pattern, natch) and glossy and just plain purty.
You know those moments when your gradient is on fleek? Like so on point that you are impressed by your own skills? Yup that was me with this design. I patted myself on the back with this one!
This particular design was part of a three-part series where I used one stamping plate image to create three unique nail art designs. This one was by far my favorite. I love the color combo and how bold it turned out.
I love subtle stamping and I love unexpected color combos. This nail art design has both. Zoya Sia and Ember are a match made in heaven and I'm still thinking of various way to utilize this really cool Hehe stamping plate pattern.
Yes, I have two polka dot pattern nail art designs on this list. Why? Because they're awesome that's why. This one I love because I love matte nail art, I love studs and I love polka dots. Check, check and check!
My obsession with black swan is real. And the opportunity to create nail art around said obsession was a no-brainer for me. I love how unique and subtle this design turned out.
I am not generally a red polish girl - but I do love red polish as a base for nail art. This design turned out so sexxxy and the matte finish gave it almost the vibe of I daresay - lingerie?
This design was my most popular nail art post of 2015. This design is simple yet bold and dynamic. It's one of the bits of nail art that I'm the most proud of.
This one is one of my all-time favorite galaxy designs I've ever done. It turned out exactly how I wanted it to and I love how the galaxy pattern peeks out from the behind the lines.
And there is my Top Ten Favorite Nail Art of 2015. Did your favorite design not make the list? Let me know which nail art from the past year was your favorite!