Monday, November 25, 2013

Swatch: LynBDesigns - Let's Get Mawwied

I bought LynBDesigns - Let's Get Mawwied a while ago, because it looked so adorable, and how could I pass up a Princess Bride reference anyway?
This is two coats, and it is adorable! The pastel-ish glitter shines through the milky base perfectly. I love all the different shapes, sizes, and colours.
Some photos better than others you can see that there is tiny blue glitter in there along with the larger hexagons.
LynBDesigns describes it as "I want to mawwy this color. Creamy white base loaded with pastel hexagons in all sorts of colors and sizes. Including itty bitty baby blue hexes. There are no words to describe this polish accurately. I love it so much." Pretty much sums it up!

By the way, these pictures are without top coat, and do look a little bumpy. However, a couple coats of top coat evens them out wonderfully. No concerns there.
I enjoy and recommend this colour. :)

Friday, November 22, 2013

11/16/13 - Confetti Cake Dots

I've been feeling a little bla when it comes to nail art lately. No inspiration and no energy. Sigh.
But this last week I decided to do an idea I've had since I received LynBDesigns - Let's Get Mawwied. I wanted to do a line of dots out of the Lime Crime set, to compliment the glitter without detracting from it. The more I look at it, the more it reminds of me of confetti cake.
It's kinda subtle but it's fun.
I tried to slightly decrease the size of the dots as I went down the nail. There are varying sizes of glitter in Let's Get Mawwied as well.
Have a nice weekend. :)

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

11/03/13 - Teal and Gold Toes

So last week I painted my toes. I wanted something kind of blue and sparkley and then with gold and sparkley on top.
So I started with L.A. Girls - Teal Dimension, then did a few random sheer brush strokes of my mini blue Icing polish, and then topped it with Essence - Make it Golden.
I think it's a fun combination. Fairly subtle, but pretty.

Monday, November 4, 2013

11/03/13 - Abstract Colours

So I wanted something colourful, now that the weather is getting so grim. I thought a while, and decided to try this technique that I think is a combination of a couple other nail artists' work. It's kind of abstract, and messy-on-purpose, and colourful, and odd. I'm honestly not sure how I feel about it.
Yup! Obviously, a lot of colours went into this. I started with a very thin coat of Barry M. - Matt White, and then just layered on these colours:
It's an interesting effect, but the jury's still out on whether or not it's a good one.