Showing posts with label Dot. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dot. Show all posts

Monday, April 7, 2014

V Dot French

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Morning! I have one last mani to share from my vault before we get back to my nails now a days... When I did this mani I had no expectations, I started off with Stone Cold and just kept adding to it. Surprisingly it didn't turn out bad and I actually wore this for a few days!

china glaze stone cold cosmetic arts dots color club harp on it french tip v

china glaze stone cold cosmetic arts dots color club harp on it french tip v

China Glaze: Stone Cold
Color Club: Harp On It
Sinful Colors: White on White

I think what I liked most about this mani was the holo over this gorgeous black base. I just love finding an old polish that still amazes me like Stone Cold.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Emerald and Royal Blue Dot Floral

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Phew that was a lot of swatching the last three days! I bet you are ready for some nail art using the three new collections. I noticed a few colors that were common in the collections and this is what I thought of to try and combine them.

Zoya: Neve, Giovanna, Hunter, Sailor, Chita and Sunshine

I really like the combination of these three polish finishes. Textured dots is also a lot of fun to feel on your nails :D It's sort of hard to see the flowers in this design, but I like how that adds to the design.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Ehhh Funky?

Soo you probably are all wondering what is she thinking. The picture above was my inspiration to the mani below... funky is how I describe this mani. I am entering a contest with this mani and are instructions was to create a mani inspired by the above picture. My first thought was "What in the World am I going to do?" I found a pattern in the picture that I really liked and recreated it to the best of my ability :).
The colors I used were NYC- Water Street Blue (light blue), China Glaze: Blue Iguana (medium blue), OPI: Russian Navy (dark blue), OPI: Pamplona Purple and La Pazitively Hot (pink). With my dotting tool I used NYC and created the big bold dots. Top coat Out the Door. I made the curved lines by hand also.
I debated doing a water marble with the purple and pinks but I am quite pleased with how good I got it to look by hand.
Don't worry everyone I did not wear this one out of the house! It would probably of gotten some very interesting responses. To me its to many things going on at once, but than again that's exactly how the picture looks to! I think I aced this one, wish me luck in this contest!!