Simple Nail Art with Trind

I don’t often do fancy nail art on this site. Mostly because I’m not that talented. I prefer easy shapes and designs.

I do, however, paint my nails quite often. It’s a distraction and a relaxation activity for me.

I was recently asked to choose a couple of colours from the Trind line from Obsessed Canada (aptly named, I love beauty supplies).

Like a kid on Christmas morning, I surfed their online store and chose two colours that I’ve been wanting to wear for awhile now. A beautiful baby/sky blue and a dark grey.

Starting with the blue shade which is called Light Cyan. This coat worried me at the beginning as the first coat was very transparent. I was able to get the same colour as it shows in the bottle after six coats (the first two coats were light, the next two were medium and the lest two were applied a little thick). I love the final colour and the coats could be applied quickly after each other.

Nail art light blue and grey

On to the grey colour (called Grey by Trind on the site). First I used it for the polka dots in the picture above. It went on nicely and I did three coats in this picture. You could probably get away with two coats if your second coat is put on a little thick.

Grey Nail polish by Trind

Trind was created in 1988 in Europe and it can be worn with or without a base coat, but the Trind Base Coat contains active ingredients that help maintain the health and appearance of polished nails. The Trind Caring Color line (their colour shades), contain ingredients that help improve the overall health of your nails.

Trind is one of many nail polish brands sold on the Obsessed Canada website. They retail for $13.00 per nail polish bottle (prices vary for other Trind products) and Trind is shipped for FREE in Canada when purchased online at http://obsessedcanada.com.

Article disclosure: Samples were received in order to facilitate this feature. The opinions are those of the author’s and are not influenced.

Sheri Landry

Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.

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