Here are the supplies I used. My shoes are about seven years old and I had all of the nail polish already.
First, prime your heels. I had to do two coats. It's easier to pour the polish onto the shoe and then brush it around on the sole. The other way makes it lumpy.
I applied a coat of teal nail polish. Unsurprisingly, dark coats are easy to apply. Also, the sky is blue on sunny days.
This required a bit more polish, and I did the pour method again. Two coats. Still a little uneven, but I wanted an organic pattern.
The brushed flowers took some coaxing. You want to make sure you pull the polish and stay patient. I tried an artist's paint brush and a pin. But, the bottle brush worked best.
Same step as before with a lighter color.
It's a great excuse to kick up your heels! Bad pun, pretty shoes. Thanks for checking my guide out!
- 1.0 bottle of white nail polish
- 1.0 pair of high heeled shoes
- 1.0 bottle each of nail polish colors you want
Washington, District of Columbia