Thursday, January 26, 2012

Nail pics from my phone part 2

Ok so I realize after I was looking at those that I never gave any info with them like how I did them or what colors I used. If you really want to know just shoot me a comment and I would be more than happy to let you know what I used.

So this next part is more me trying different things. Whether or not I liked the turnout was a whole other thing but these are the pics for them:

This mani was one I saw online only they used blue instead of the red. I honestly have no idea where it was from and if you happen to know let me know and I'll give them full credit. Sorry I'm a bit of a flake.

These next two I wanted to try to plaid them. I started with just black and sparkley in the first picture but it looked a little bla to me so I wanted to jazz it up so I added some hot pink :)

My next one used my favorite polish. OPI Ski Teal We Drop. I love love love blue polish. I dont care what anyone says. Those are the first ones I go towards in the stores.

The next one was using the Sally Hanson Crackle. It was the white one. Can't think of the name offhand. I liked the turnout but I have to say that after not using it for a while, the brush went bendy. Not a fan of that.

After I painted my nails red, I really wanted to spice them up and I was a little disappointed that it ended up looking like lady bugs. Don't get me wrong, I dont mind that look. It just wasn't what I was going for.

This next one reminds me for some reason of nautical stuff or like a sailor. Not sure why. There is just something about it.

I was shopping in MN and I went into the Icing store and picked up this beauty. It is so pretty in real life... this picture doesn't do it any kind of justice.

I finally got into the Konad thing. It is easier than I thought it would be. I am pretty excited about using all of the different plates that I got. These are just a few that I tried.

This next one was one that I did around Halloween. It reminds me of spider webs but I wasn't going for that. I still really liked the outcome.

The next one was my Christmas mani. I know that many people did something similar to this and I did enjoy it. I also added China Glaze Fairy Dust to the top so it sparkled.

For Christmas, my wonderful boyfriend bought me a Coach purse and dotting tools so I wanted to give them a go when I used silver on top of China Glaze Frostbite.

And lastly this is the most recent, AKA I tried it a few days ago. I had on China Glaze China Rouge, and I wanted to try the gradient thing and I really dont think that I got the hang of it. It was really thick and it felt weird on my fingers.. maybe I'm just doing it wrong. It looked ok but it wasn't my favorite.

That's all I have for right now. Sorry if they aren't the greatest quality or just not good manicures. I do this for me and I hope you enjoy them.

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