Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Waterspotted Nails

Happy Humpday - thank goodness! I'm late so I'll just list the polishes and leave you to it! This is the waterspotted design created by Cute Polish and I had to give it a try. My experience was that it was best to use room temp, filtered water and I actually used plain rubbing alcohol in a little spray bottle! Also, I first tried this with Wet 'n Wild Black Creme and it would not spread out in the water so I switched to aEngland Camelot (which almost made me cry!) and it was easy peasy from there!
 
Polishes Used:
Finger Paints (unlabeled hot pink)
China Glaze Papaya Punch
Barry M Indigo ( this polish is amaaaaazing!)
Catrice Twist Of Lemon
aEngland Camelot (the ULTIMATE black polish!)
 
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21 comments:

  1. Love it!!! I've seen a few of these now and this is by FAR my favourite. Damn your skills! (But not in a nasty way)

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  2. Looks so cool!

    So you floated the black polish on water & made it disperse with a spritz of alcohol then dipped your finger?

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    1. pretty much! very similar to a watermarble! Check out Cutepolish's Youtube video for more dtails! :)

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  3. This is soo pretty!! I love the bright colours. the black definitely makes it more wearable all year round. You got skillz gurl :P

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    1. Aww, thanks lovey! I wear bright colors anyway - I hate rules! XD

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  4. This is a great look! I've seen spotted nails elsewhere but these are my favorite, because of the colourful base!
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  5. This looks fantastic! LOVING those bright colors!

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  6. This is ridiculous!!! O: So cool.

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  7. Love this, great work! I love the interesting patterns that emerge. I can see lots of possibilities for this technique. :)

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    1. It was more work than a watermarble! But it was also my first try!

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  8. This is SO amazing!!! Really freaking beautiful! Love it girl :)

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  9. love, love, love! looks beyond frickin cool & a much better version of the OPI black spotted!

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  10. Whoa my goodness! I love how yours turned out! I gave it a try today but unfortunately it just didn't work out >.<

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  11. Love your nails. the black really makes the bold colours underneath POP.!such an intresting design. x

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