This is one of my favorites. I did not realize it was chipped until I was editing these photos. Whoops! For a base I used L'oreal Park Avenue Luncheon (2 coats) then I used a coat of Sally Hansen Diamond Strength Glass slipper, followed by a coat of Sally Hansen Insta-dri Beige Blast. Not satisfied with Glass slipper, I added a coat of Sally Hansen Diamond Strength White Veil, and A coat of Jordana Bronze Fest, and finally a coat of Beige Blast again. It reminds me of fall!!!
My camera is making these look different, but this is my orange ombre! Yay! From thumb to pinkie I have OPI Chopsticking to my story, Sinful Colors Citrine, Essie Orange, it's obvious!, Essie Fear or Desire, finally Essie Action. I must have been on an Essie kick when I bought all those oranges. That and orange was popular this spring.
Halloween tribal!! Yay!! Actually this looked way worse in real life. It looks bad here...but it looked worse...For the base I used Essie Fear or desire? The green is OPI Hot Fun in the Summer-lime, the purple is just a purple from one of those sets you get at Burlington Coat Factory, the yellow is Sally Hansen Insta-dri Express-so Yellow and the White is Milani White on the spot. The black lines are just acrylic paint.
This one is from a tutorial! This one from ArcadiaNailArt. I used L'oreal The Mystic's Fortune as my base, and then used Sinful Colors Happy Ending for the slime. The glitter is Orly Spazmatic and Can't Be Tamed/ The rest of the "art" is paint. I can't paint small details to save my life. The following picture is my left hand doing the same design.
This was too funny not to share. Are those supposed to be spiders?! they look like blobs, or some sort of pictoral representation of germs. This is too funny. The blue is actually the paint from my paint brush handle coming off onto my hand. Ugh. lol.
Did you do anything fun for halloween nail art?
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