Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Heavy Snowfall

Hello ladies!

First of all, I would like to know what do you think about the new design of the blog, I've made a few changes, here and there. I also introduced a new contact form that would make the communication between us easier. I really hope that you like the new layout, you're feedback would be much appreciated.

Now, before we go any further, please excuse my lousy clean up job (doing it I smudged a nail). The splatter technique is soooo messy and my patience isn't very good. Also, the design is more visible in real life, my camera is too lousy as well:))
I think it was about time I did a winterish manicure...but my timing isn't perfect because all the snow we had here, melted these last few days. So hopefully with my manicure, I'll bring back a little bit of winter. To achieve this look you need a light blue base, I used Farmasi #112. This nail polish is a simple creme, but it's not that opaque, you'll need three coats to reach full coverage. Now, for that effect I've used the splatter technique and white acrylic paint (there is a video tutorial at the end of this post); my mistake was that I diluted the paint too much, so be advised. For more shine I've applied a layer of Avon Platinum top coat.

Below, you have a video tutorial of this technique, it's a simple one, you can use nail polish as well.
I hope you like my winter nails, I'm quite pleased with them, from a distance it looks like snow ^^

Would love to hear your thoughts about it and the new look of the blog
Have a great day!
Love, R.

5 comments:

  1. Arata foarte bine aceasta nuanta pe unghiile tale, iar tehnica splatter chiar se potriveste pe ea.

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  2. Manichiura ta arata pur si simplu minunat! <3
    Pupici

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  3. foarte interesanta ideea! cu siguranta am sa o incerc si eu!

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