This technique is not at all difficult--in fact, it is exactly what it looks like. You just choose your base color, wait for it to dry, and paint your shatter/crackle polishes on in small sections, keeping the overal distribution of colors in mind. It's just that easy, and you're left with a really interesting pattern!
- OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls (base color)
- OPI Silver Shatter
- OPI Turquoise Shatter
- Pure Ice Crackle Shattered (green)
- Pure Ice Crackle Crushed (shimmery orange)
- Funky Fingers Neon Purple Crackle
- Funky Fingers Neon Red-Orange Crackle
- Funky Fingers Neon Pink Crackle
- Two coats of Seche Vite to smooth it out.
|Funky Fingers Neon Red-Orange Crackle, Funky Fingers Neon Pink Crackle, Funky Fingers Neon Purple Crackle, Pure Ice Crackle Crushed, Pure Ice Crackle Shattered, OPI Turquoise Shatter, OPI Silver Shatter, OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls|
I hope you'll give this technique a try, and let me know if you do!