Resveratrol is found in the skin of grapes. Red wine contains a higher concentration of resveratrol than white wine because red wine is fermented WITH the skins still intact. There have been quite a number of studies demonstrating the effects of resveratrol ranging from neurological to physical to psychological effects in animals. Resveratrol nail art was on my bucket list and though I am SUPER annoyed that my top coat made my wine glass nail pink, I am fairly happy with how they turned out.
For my wine, I used two coats of CND Vinylux in Oxblood*, from their new Fall Craft Culture Collection, on my pointer and pinky nails. For the white base, I used two coats of Ceramic Glaze - Snow* and then hand-painted the wine glasses and resveratrol molecule with black acrylic paint.
The red dots represent OH or hydroxyl groups with double lines representing carbon double bonds. Thankfully, this molecule was a manageable length as I always fear losing track of how many carbons there are!
What shall I do for "Orange Nails"?