Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Taj Mahal

Hello Lovelies. I am from India in case you didnt know that and as you know one of the 8 wonder's of the world TAJ MAHAL is in India. On my last trip to India, I got to visit this gorgeous ivory-white marble mausoleum which is a symbol of love. Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan built this for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The first sight of Taj Mahal through the gate(darwaza), is simply a site you can never forget in your life. The Taj Mahal incorporates both Persian and Mughal architecture using white marble with semi-precious stones.

When I came back from my trip I was so inspired that I wanted to create a nail art from my experience at Taj. So I created this Taj Mahal's silhouette, at sunset, on my nails. The base of this design I created an ombre effect using Zoya's Darcy and Michael Kors Passion. Then using Zoya's Willa and a very thin nail art brush I created the Taj Mahal. My nails are really small so it was really hard to incorporate Taj's grandeur on my nails. Not sure if I did any justice to this pride of India but hope you all will like my attempt here. Cheers to Love.


Here are few pictures of Taj Mahal from my trip:
Taj Mahal from Darwaza
Taj Mahal

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful manicure :) I heard that India is very beautiful, but also a lot of people live in poverty...

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    1. There is more to India than just poverty. After seeing Slumdog Millionaire people seem to have that notion about India. But that's just ignorance on people's part. Which is very sad. Taj Mahal is one of the 7 wonder's of the world, which is present in India, that itself says so much about the great and rich country it was and still is. Mukesh Ambani, one of the richest man is from India, which is a living proof that there is more to India than just poverty.

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  2. That's a very beautiful mani!
    I would love to visit India and especially Taj Mahal some day :)

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  3. It's beautiful and I thought about Taj Mahal at once, it really looks like this building.

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  4. It's beautiful and I thought about Taj Mahal at once, it really looks like this building.

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  5. It looks beautiful, I love nail art design that show some part of the world :)

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  6. Hi dear Sony! Love the photos of the manicure and the the places you've visited! I've never been in India, it is quite far from here!
    A big hug =)

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    1. Thanks Dear. Where do you live?

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    2. Hi sweetie, for work I'm in Spain but I'm original from Italy :P

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  7. Oh wow! Your manicure is beautiful! And those photos of Taj, amazing!

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