NYX’s Extreme Purple is a heavily pigmented, medium purple creme. The formula is good; application is easy, it’s fully opaque at one generous coat and dries fast.
The initial idea for this manicure was to create an assymetrical pattern where each nail had the same design of four rays but were centered differently. As you can see I managed to make my middle finger and pinky look about the same but who cares? I like it 🙂
China Glaze’s Flyin’ High was the base and I used cut up pieces of Scotch tape and Flormar’s blue shimmer 431 for the second layer.
Milani’s Fresh Teal is so beautiful I needed to use it as the base for nail art (as I almost always do with my manicures at some point). I used Barry M’s Mint Green for the first layer of the dots. For the next layers I used China Glaze’s Snow, Rimmel London’s Green With Envy and topped it off with Barry M’s Gold Foil.
Unfortunately for me Poshé’s fast drying top coat bubbled alot this time as you can see… maybe because of the ridges from the dotting? Either way this kind of dotticure is so much fun to create and wear 🙂
And… It’s Friday today and this means weekend and a trip to my boyfriends family’s cottage by the sea. Looking forward to unwinding 🙂 Have an awesome weekend (and some awesome music)!
Milani’s Fresh Teal is a lovely extremely pigmented teal creme. It had an amazing formula that applied like butter and covered in one generous coat or two thinner coats. The drying time was decent. It is just sooo beautiful!
Orly’s Sapphire Silk is a dusty tealish blue creme that serves as underwear for a ton of nail art for me. I just love it! The formula is a tad runny and you have to keep the amount of polish on the brush quite low to not overflow your cuticles.