Tuesday, 28 February 2012

Rainbow nail art with Zoya Kennedy and mylar foil

Hi girls,

I'm glad you liked the beige Zoya Kennedy in the previous post and here is a bit 'improved' version. Two coats of Zoya Kennedy was the base for this manicure. Then I've used The Best Glue Ever on a whole nail and then I tapped the rainbow coloured mylar foil in short moves creating rainbow effect. One coat of Poshe topcoat and it's done!




55 comments:

  1. That's sooo cool! Greate effect! And the top coat don't have damage the foil?? Wow!

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    1. aww, thank you :) I've heard that some topcoats do damage foils but it didn't happened to me with Poshe or Seche Vite.

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  2. ¡Qué original! Me gusta mucho como queda.

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  3. Super! Tohle zatím nemám odvahu vyzkoušet.

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    1. Dekuju :) Vubec to neni slozite, jen dat lepidlo na cely nehet a pak 'tupat' tu folii na nehet. pak jen prelakovat a je to :)

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    1. Very beautiful nails, i love them!!

      Kiss^^;

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    2. Thank you girls, I really appreciate that you find a minute to comment x

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  5. I've never seen anything quite like this - stunning!

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    1. Thank you very much. It is not difficult though x

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  6. wowowowowow, this is amazing! xoxo

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  7. This is seriously freaking cool! Nice thinking and great follow through!!

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  8. this is look like shatter nail polish but much better than the shatter nail polish. this is totally inspiring! and i love it!

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  9. Wow, this is amazing! I love it :) I wish my nails were as pretty as yours.

    Frances x
    http://francescassandra.blogspot.com
    Twitter: @Francesss__

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    1. Aww, thank you so much for a lovely comment :) I'm sure if you'll eat some vitamins for nails and use strenghtening base coats, you nails will grow nice and strong. Worked for me ;)

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  10. Amazeballs!!!!! Where is the foil from!?!

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    1. Hi, I bought the foil from Ebay, I think I searched nail art foil or mylar foil and I chose like 10 foils for few quid. x

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  11. I used to use this foil as a kid to make cards! These nails looks really pretty xx
    http://theredoneblog.blogspot.com/

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  12. I love this! I've looked for this glue and the right foil before, but no luck where I live. I might have to break down and order some in the future.

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    1. Hi LeeAnn, I bought the glue at Amazon and foil from Ebay :)

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    2. Oh, awesome. Thanks for the info!

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  13. This is gorgeous! I love the bits where the nude shows through - looks artistically worn down :)

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  14. I have a rainbow foil and would love to try this but Im not sure how to get the "shatter" effect with the glue first...any suggestions?

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    1. Hi, I just put glue on the whole nail and then dabbed the foil in short touches on the nail. Hope this helps and if you want, you can share your mani on my FB page :)

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  15. Thank you sweety! Id love to try it and share with you :-) Thank you for the inspiration!

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  16. Wow I love this, it's so different! Your nails are beautiful :-) x

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  17. This is AMAZING! I need to get some foils and give this a try =)

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  18. This one left me speechless

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  19. The technique is really original! Very nice! Stunning!
    Have a nice weekend =D
    Esmaltes, Make-Up & Cia.
    rockuroutfit.blogspot.com

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  20. This is ridiculously beautiful. It has a sexy rockstar vibe. I love it!

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  21. That is so pretty I hope it will work om my natural nails :)

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