I haven't had the energy to do a lot of nail art over the past week, but I really wanted to participate in one of the Summer challenges happening in the Crumpet facebook group, so I attempted to do a water marble today. As you can see, this post does not feature a water marble. I failed so, so badly. Sigh.
But!!! This manicure is one that I've been wanting to do for a while, and since today is the last day of June, and June has been super awesome happy neon fun time month, I thought I should make up for my lack of marbling prowess with something that also combines lots of colors, but using a technique I can actually do. This also relates to my last manicure, which features a painting-like quality, but instead of blending the colors together, in this mani I accentuated the brush strokes to make the colors really stand out against each other. Details after the photos! These are all indirect natural light.
I did record a video tutorial for this manicure.
Supplies... I used TWELVE different neons. Am I crazy?? Maybe a little bit. Neon crazy. Yep.
- China Glaze Love's A Beach
- China Glaze Sun-Kissed
- China Glaze Sun Worshiper
- China Glaze I'm With The Lifeguard
- China Glaze Kiwi Cool-Ada
- China Glaze Splish Splash
- China Glaze Turned Up Turquoise
- China Glaze Flip Flop Fantasy
- China Glaze Orange Knockout
- China Glaze Surfin' For Boys
- Funky Fingers Pop Artist
- Sinful Colors Dream On
- Venique Wingtip White as underwear
- Seche Vite
|I like China Glaze neons a little bit. They're alright I guess. (!^@%$#$^#4)|