*WARNING: Photo of toenails at the end of the post*
I finally received a package from Born Pretty Store with some stamping plates and my first ever studs :D. Can’t wait to try them out, I already have some ideas. Oh and here’s also a photo of what I got: 2 stamping plates, black bows, water decals, a wheel of studs and magnet (yes, seems that I had lost all my magnets for magnetic polishes, I also ordered it before I got my Sally Hansen magnetic polish which I used for graffiti nails in the NAGG Challenge).
I’ll also have some tutorials and swatches lined up for you. First tutorial will be up in few days for the abstract nails I did in the NAGG Challenge. I haven’t decided yet if I’ll use the same colours or choose different ones. Feel free to comment on that. Additionally I’ll have HePicksMyPolish post, some comparison designs from my starting days – it will be a year in April for my blog! – planned as well.
And this gets me to a roundup of the Nail-Art-A-Go-Go Challenge, that was hosted by Missy at Gnarly Gnails. I chose some of my favourites, it was hard – so there are 2 from each week. If you missed any of the posts feel free to browse around and check them out (Challenges –> Nail-Art-A-Go-Go Challenge). Or you can click the image ;).
*WARNING: Photo of toenails coming up!*
I’ve given you two warnings now. I did an abstract toenails design during the same time I did my abstract nails for the challenge. The pedicure was inspired by another design I had seen around the internet.
- purple – On a Trip by Wet n Wild
- dark pinkish violet – Crazy Love by Misslyn
- white – Blanc by Essie
- black – Black Creme by Wet n Wild
- silver – Night Fever by Misslyn
I also used a detail brush, a striping brush and dotting tool for the lines and dots. Till my next post 😉