Leopard print has got to be one of the easiest nail arts to do. You can switch up the colour combinations and vary the pattern, and it only takes a few minutes. Personally, I prefer to use a dotting tool, but you can use whatever floats your boat (or whatever is lying around the house), like a cocktail stick or a hair grip, or even a nail art pen.
This is the first time I've used Chanel Peridot, and although I wasn't too keen on it in the bottle, I do really like the way it comes out on the nail. It's from Chanel's 2011 fall collection, and is a duochrome polish, and in the bottle it is reminiscent of the hues in a peacock's feather. It's a greenish gold, with shots of teal running through it in certain angles and light.
On the nail however, it's more like an antique gold with a hint of grungy green. Like metallic pond water, but nicer. I'm not really selling it well, am I?
I like the contrast of the black leopard, and my nails have even been mistaken for foils. Who doesn't love a bit of leopard anyway?