* Check out my guest post on Refined & Polished yesterday, where I talk about how replicate the saran wrap nail technique.
I have some secondary birthday nails from last week to show you. I was really proud of these nails! I wore these when I went out to lunch with some of my blogger friends for my b-day.
I started out using Julie G 9 to 5 as my base. I then topped that off using saran wrap technique with China Glaze Tart-y for the Party. I finished it with an accent of Sally Hansen Gems Big Money.
I am in LOVE with this, and really impressed with myself! I love the color combination and the glitter accent. Big Money was perfect balance because the lavender glitters mixed in with the gold match up to the lavender in China Glaze Tart-y for the Party. I think I did good considering nail art isn't my strong suit.
I'm making the most out of this mani. I've had it on since Saturday night and it's still holding strong! I don't want it to chip. This is probably one of my favorite nail looks I've ever done for myself!
What is one of your favorite nail art creations?
LOVE LOVE! I lie the color combos a lot!ReplyDelete
This is an amazing manicure! I love the saran wrap technique so much and the colors you chose to use here looks great together :)ReplyDelete
I love how the color combination looks like you threw bleach on ChG Tart-y for the Party-- it's so cool!ReplyDelete
this colour combo is just amazing *.*ReplyDelete
I love it! :)ReplyDelete
Very fun combination!! I stillllll need to try the Saran Wrap technique!ReplyDelete
Love the color combo! I was a little confused by the method though, do you use the saran wrap to dab polish on or pull polish off of a wet second coat?ReplyDelete
What a fun mani!!!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you! :DReplyDelete
Thanks! I love how simple to create an effect that looks that cool!ReplyDelete
Yes, you do! It's so simple and quick!ReplyDelete
Thanks! You use the saran wrap to pull polish off the wet second coat.ReplyDelete
Great saran, that color combo is absolutely stunning!ReplyDelete
I love what you did :)
These are perfect Steph!ReplyDelete