Saturday, July 28, 2012

BM323: Barbed Wire & Roses + Tutorial


Hey lacquer ladies,

It's another scorcher here in the district and that means another hot summertime mani! Now that I've got my Bundle Monster 2012 plates QC'ed I'm ready to take them out for a spin.  For today's mani I decided to go for a lot of brights on a clean background and ended up with something fun and sorta tropical. You'll notice my nails are long again that's because I did this a while ago and it's been sitting in my drafts ;)




Mani-logue
Base color: OPI Alpine Snow and Essie Action
Stamping polishes: Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Brisk Blue, Fast Fuchsia, & Snappy Sorbet + Konad Special Polish in Yellow (roses); Wet N' Wild Black Creme (barbed wire)
Glitter accent: Confetti Ice Ice Baby
Plate: BM 323 (roses and barbed wire)




I ended up needing 3 coats to get Alpine Snow opaque and about 2 coats of Essie's Action layered over AS.  I also did need to stamp the barbed wire pattern across my nails several times to get the entire length covered, but I'm still really pleased with the clarity of the pattern on the plates themselves as well the novelty of the images. The barbed wire itself is just so fun!

 


So what do you ladies think? While I was out and about with this look I got approached a lot which is a nice compliment.  I thought my Youtube followers might actually really like this mani too so I went ahead put together a tutorial.  If you are interested you can check it out below.



Thanks so much for reading and I'll see you next post!  Toodles...

8 comments:

  1. This is cute! I like all those different colors stamped together!

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    1. Thank you hunny! Your comments are always so sweet!

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  2. Really loving your stamping skills !! This mani looks gorgeous :)

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    1. Darling! Lol - why am I so excited to see your comment here? Thank you doll. Maybe you should think about playing around with some of your plates too! It's so fun but warning you WILL get addicted to stamping ;)

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