Monday, March 21, 2011

CRACKED EASTER EGGS

I'm calling it cracked Easter eggs because the base colors I used are all pastel and Eastery looking :) I used the pastels from Nubar's new spring collection and then applied a layer of China Glaze crackle glaze in Cracked Concrete.

This was the last mani I did on Saturday and it is still holding up well. No chips or anything.










5 comments:

rock-or-not said...

Awesome combos!!
Looks very good that way!

kittypolishnbags said...

I love how it looks on you! I'll have to try it again. Mine didn't work as nicely. :(

Raeven Marie said...

whoo, nice color combo :) i need to pick up some of that "crack" asap.

Lucy said...

Looks so pretty. I don't have any crackle polish. All sold out online!

Oreleona said...

nice! i love it!

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