I'll just post a quick entry today because I've been moving out this weekend and I'm on the middle of what you could call nesting. Forget all the tiny bits uf rubbish, only nice things allowed!
Well, before nubbinizing my dear nails, which makes me utterly sad, I tried the so called Saran Wrap manicure. I was amazed at how easy this is, and at the super cool effect it gives. I must say: I'm in love. Sorry, striping tape. I think you've just been replaced by the new ultimate crush.
I used China Glaze For Audrey and a Kiko polish of which I can't remember the number. Whose fault is it, really? Why can't they just name the bottles?! I usually look for the name in their web page, but the bottle in question is lost in the middle of a backpack, amongst all the other lovely bottles I own... Attempting to locate it is suicide right now. And I need to assemble the hundred of things I just bought in Ikea, so I'll leave that for later if you don't mind.
When editing the pictures I noticed the effect is just like the water of a swimming pool. Right? Right?! I was really sorry to take it off, so I might give it another try sometime this week. BTW I'm on holidays for the week, which is totally orgasmic if you ask me. I didn't remember the effect free time had on me, how sad is that? Anyhow, I've plenty of free time, and I intend to make the most of it :D
So take care,
WOOOOOW!!! You gotta do this again - and make a tutorial!!!ResponderEliminar
This is really amazing!!! Yes, it totally looks like a swimming pool's water and I LOVE it!!!
Awww I'll try to do a tutorial then, it's just my nails really do suck right now :'( They've been really damaged with the moving out thing... But I will try for you! :)Eliminar
♥♥♥ Thank you!!! ♥♥♥Eliminar
And it's ok, I can wait till you're good with your nails ;-)
Wow! Those really do look like swimming pools! Gonna try this out soon!ResponderEliminar
beautiful! and they really look like they're glowing!ResponderEliminar
Yes, it looks just like moving water in a swimming pool. Totally gorgeous! Good luck with your move. :-)ResponderEliminar
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Wow, that looks amazing! It does look like water in a swimming pool... I always loved how the light made the water look! Enjoy your holiday!ResponderEliminar
what a great effect! very well executed :)ResponderEliminar
This turned out great! I haven't tried the saran wrap method... yet. Yes, it does look like a swimming pool. I'm so glad you have some time off. Doesn't it feel great? after working so hard?ResponderEliminar
YES. It feels awesome! ^^ Thanks, Jenni!Eliminar
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Lovely! I need to try this technique soon.ResponderEliminar
That looks so cool! I need to try this saran wrap mani soon lolsResponderEliminar
TOTALLY swimming pool water!!! very pretty! have fun on your time off!ResponderEliminar
That is beautiful!! It really does look like water shimmering in the pool!ResponderEliminar
Oooooooh I love them :]ResponderEliminar
Fabulous colour choices--these came out beautifully!!ResponderEliminar
This is stunning! I love the effect! I'm going to have to put this on my to try list :)ResponderEliminar
I adore this look! Perfect color combination as well, since it really does look like a swimming pool!ResponderEliminar
Beautiful colours and really amazing effect! :-)ResponderEliminar
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