Daisies are the friendliest of flowers, don’t you think? Sometimes feeling happier and getting over a cold can be as easy as walking through a field of daisies or receiving a bouquet of daises at the hospital. They’re magically uplifting, which is why this daisy nail art tutorial not only generates positive springtime vibes, but also sparks contagious smiles every time you see your nails change colors with sunlight.
Seven fun facts about daisies to make your nail painting more enjoyable:
1 – Daisies are found everywhere on Earth except Antarctica.
2 – The name “daisy” is thought to come from the Old English “daes eage”, meaning “day’s eye”, for the way in which it opens at dawn.
3 – Daisies represent purity and innocence.
4 – A daisy is actually two flowers in one: the (usually) white petals and the cluster of (usually) tiny yellow disc petals that form the “eye”.
5 – Daisy leaves are edible and can make a tasty addition to salads (they’re closely related to artichoke and are high in Vitamin C).
6 – Medicinal properties ascribed to the daisy include that it slows bleeding, relieves indigestion and eases coughs.
7 – Bees love daisy relatives, including Goldenrod, making them an important friend of honey makers. Read more about daisies here.
The daisy design in this color-changing nail art design is begins with a sparkling shade of purple that dramatically changes to sparkling cranberry red with sunlight. Both inside and outside designs are playful and watching it change right on your fingers is always fun to see.
The artist uses a popular color scheme that, when isolated, creates a stylized look that will mesmerize your friends. The specific color-changing polish used is Del Sol’s After Party polish, which you can find here.
See this daisy design change colors with sunlight in this helpful nail art tutorial. Color-changing nails can be yours with the slightest touch of sunlight, letting your nails shimmer and shine whenever you step into the sun’s brilliant spotlight.
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