Thursday, October 15, 2009

Flame ONNNN!


Day 2

Ok, sorry for the Fantastic 4 reference, but it had to be said.

Another water marbling design today, I totally dig this method, but I promise I'll do something different for tomorrow!!



I used:

Zoya Pippa as a base, with Zoya Dakota, OPI Pumped Up Pumpkin
from the OPI mini halloween set I got from ULTA for $2.99!!, and Sinful Colors Serena & Chloe for the swirls. In retrospect, though, glittered nail polish doesn't work very well for this technique.

5 comments:

  1. like start my nails on fire? :) Thanks Erik, but I think that might be counterproductive to my project.

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  2. OMG, you used his REAL name online....now people can track him!

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  3. lol loved the F4 reference :P
    I think its a cool idea that you have going for the blog, good luck with the project :)

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  4. Hot. Literally. That is a really cool technique. I got fairly creative with toes over the summer, but haven't done much with my nails since it chips off so easily. Thanks for the inspiration!

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