Wednesday, July 1, 2009

WHAT'S GREEN & BLUE & GLITTERY ALL OVER?

Why, my NOTD of course! I wanted to do some layering last night so I tried several different color combo's before I decided on the green one that I went with. I was also wanting something glittery, but I didn't want a full glitter polish because I didn't want the hassle of having to take it off, so that was another great reason for doing a layer mani.

For the base coat I went with one coat of Sally Hansen Insta Dri - Lickety-Split Lime. Then I used two coats of NYX Girls - Yellow Glitter, this really added such a nice sparkle to it. After letting that dry I stamped the diagonal stripe pattern using Sally Hansen Insta Dri - Brisk Blue.

Adding the blue all over stamp really took away from the glaring, bright green color. Also, doing the stamp OVER the glitter really added dimension to my nails! It really looks like the green and glitter has some depth to it since the blue is a creme over the top with no glitter on it. IF you enlarge a couple of the single nail pics, you will see what I mean.















FULL SUNLIGHT PICS:









SHADE PICS, LOOK HOW COOL THE GLITTER LOOKS:



How cool does that look?

11 comments:

Rai said...

I freaking love this!!!!
I just now see those Sally Hansen Polishes down here... lmao and like 4 of them are already gone. =/

Mary said...

That's a great color combiination! I also like an orange/coral with pink. Great for summer :)

elashaw said...

beautiful konadicure!
i for the life of me cannot make a seamless nail!! i tried konad m57, the fishnet one on my big toe and its a mess! I can only stamp the large patterns on nails that will fit the whole pattern =/ Do you know of any youtube vids or tutorials that show how to make a seamless konad stamp on a big toe?? its driving me nuts! lol

nevertoomuchglitter said...

I LOVE it!..it reminds me of a toy from my childhood for some reason but I can't quite place it. Fabulous!

sweet_little_angel said...

Ooo, This mani is soo prettyy!! I love the close-up of it, and I see what you mean about the glitter and the stamp on top. It looks AMAZING and sparkly! LOVEEE ITT~!!!

rijaH said...

Wauv very creative and pretty ;D

Lacquer Laine said...

hot hot hot, girl!!!

SOOOO Sorry about the break! I love your long nails so much! :c(

Lucy said...

I love the combination of colors you came up with. Adding the glitter really made the whole Konie. Last night I was reading your post and couldn't understand what you'd done. I'd been up for 24 hours. My brain was fried. I finally got some sleep. Today I could figure out what you'd done. It's really a terrific. Your really talented. I think your nails are growing even faster. Woo Hoo, looking good! Are you going for Helen's look?

Phyrra said...

Awesome fun nails!

Pixelsandpolish said...

Fabulous, so summery and fun!

Alexlyndra said...

Oh, I commented to post above before I even read this one. Now I can see the manicure more clearly. I love it! It's sooo beautiful!

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