Movie Nails: Pixar Inside Out Nail Art
Are you one of those who goes out to the movies wearing the movie characters on your nails? I am! And this time, I’ll show you the nails I wore to see Pixar’s new masterpiece: Inside Out!
Because I didn’t know much about the movie (I don’t watch trailers and teasers to preserve the surprise emotion of actually discovering the movie for the first time when I watch it fully), I couldn’t decide about which character to paint so I painted two: Joy and Sadness!
That’s also because I happened to have the right colors to paint both Joy and Sadness! From the very moment I saw the poster announcing Pixar’s upcoming animated adventure, I knew I had to dig out my treasured Zoya Liberty to hairstyle the emotions! And so I did! Zoya Liberty Pixie Dust is the hair to go for Inside Out’s Joy and Sadness!
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I painted Joy on OPI’s I Can’t Cope-Acabana and Sadness on Zoya Robyn and used my nail art brushes to paint the faces of both emotions. I admit it was a bit tricky, but I tried my best and didn’t worry about the outcome too much as it’s all about emotions, so it’s mainly a personal interpretation of Pixar’s too-brilliant vision!
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The combo for Inside Out Joy nails was then completed with the fireworks on her dress painted on the middle fingernail using China Glaze Isle See You Later – it’s a discrete motif, although part of her sparkly personality, it’s a sort of blue takeover. If you think about it, Joy is wearing a green-ish dress with blue fireworks and both she and Sadness have the exact same hair! Also – if you mix a deep blue, like Sadness’ with a bit of yellow, you might achieve the exact nuance of the sweater she’s wearing… Won’t reveal anything else, I don’t want to turn into a spoiler, but do keep those observation in mind when you’re watching Inside Out!
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Being a freehand design on both emotions, I think images are worth a thousand descriptive words, so I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves, adding just that: there’s something magic with Pixar! Their movies have shaped my imagination and have voiced my inner child so many times! Their movies have turned the adult that I am completely Inside Out! For two hours (movie + short), Pixar transforms me. And it will transform you, if you let it! I started with my nails… (wink)
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