Navy and Pink Striped Nails | Daniel Wellington Watch Review

Hi everyone!

Today I have another mani with my Daniel Wellington watch! I really loved the design on my middle nail from my last mani so I decided to recreate it with a little twist. I added silver studs and a matte top coat to make a different look!

I used the same polishes as last time, OPI Infinite Shine “Get Ryd-of-thym Blues” (navy blue), Floss Gloss “Perf” (pink), and Salon Perfect “Sugar Cube” (white). The studs are from Born Pretty Store.

I used the straight vinyls from Snail Vinyls to create the stripes, then used the OPI Matte Top Coat to finish it of. I have to admit, matte manis aren’t really my style, but I think that with the studs it makes the mani different and a little bit edgier (as edgy as a pink mani can get, anyway). 🙂

I’m still obsessed with this watch and have been wearing it a lot! I really love how it isn’t too dressy or clunky, and it goes with so many of my outfits. I love navy blue so it ends up matching a lot of my shirts!

I keep trying to get fun, artsy pictures of my nails and watch but they never turn out as great as I would like haha 🙂 But I am loving the look of matching my nails to my accessories! I might have to try doing more jewelry or fashion inspired designs.

I didn’t make a full YouTube tutorial for this design, but you can check out my Instagram for a quick 15 second tutorial, which will be up within the next few days! ❤

Be sure to check out this watch here on!

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DISCLAIMER: Daniel Wellington sent me this watch, free of charge, to review and share with you all. I am not being paid to use this product. All opinions expressed on this product are strictly my own. I only post honest reviews for you all ❤

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