Today I’ve got yet another dot manicure for ya, this time featuring four Zoya cremes.

Just be prepared for more because I am trying to perfect my dots before moving onto more challenging nail art! Also, I just ordered a 5-piece dotting tool set from Trans Design so… 😉

Anyway this time I wanted to try some kind of muted tones of beige and green/grey. Also this time to change it up I put the dots not on the tip, but around the cuticle area and going up the sides.

Zoya Farah, Bevin, Evvie, Noot

Zoya Dot Mani with Farah

I used Farah as the base here and then added Bevin, Evvie and Noot in different sizes and places. I realized that there really isn’t much of a difference between Evvie and Noot in this situation though. Only in certain lighting can you tell Noot is darker. Ah well, live and learn.

Something else I learned was wait until the dots are dry for at least 2-3 minutes before applying a top coat! As you can see on my middle finger, I slightly smudged some of them because I didn’t wait long enough.

And that folks is the #1 issue with me and nail art in general. I loathe waiting for polish to dry!

Zoya Dot Mani with Farah 2

Zoya Dot Mani with Farah 3

Anyway despite that mishap I like the way these shades all look together. I don’t know why but it reminds me of the 1960’s somehow. 🙂

Hope you liked it!


Note: Zoya is cruelty free.

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Written by Kelly
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