Friday, 4 May 2012

Zoya Shelby, Reagan & Wednesday in nail art manicure

Hello lovelies,

I really don't know how to call this technique but it's basically dragging thin threads out of polish that is getting thicker on a plate. I've seen this technique at NailsKathy YouTube channel (watch for tutorial) and also at the Nail Buff blog.

I've used A England Camelot as a base colour and then Zoya Shelby, Reagan & Wednesday. What do you think about this new technique?






32 comments:

  1. Have u done a tut on this Lucy? I love it x

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    1. If you read the introduction, there is a link ona NailsKathy YT tutorial :)

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  2. Oh, it's awesome!!! I'm speechless, it's amazing!
    Verunka

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  3. These look so good! I've never heard of this technique before :)
    http://theredoneblog.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Thank you Gemma! I have seen it just few weeks agp and wanted to try it! It looks really interesting I think :)

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  4. Great blog! awesome nails!

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  5. This looks amazing! I actually found that tutorial awhile ago and bookmarked it but never got around to trying it. Now I can't wait :)

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    1. well now you have the needed inspiration,right? ;) Can't wait to see your nails!

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  6. Love it! I need a new design for the weekend :)

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  7. I think this looks pretty awesome. You did a good job. I'll have to give a try now..

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  8. I want to try this! Looks amazing!

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  9. I love the design idea. I'm going to have to give it a try.

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  10. definitely going to try this soon! it looks awesooome!!

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  11. Looks excellent - great colour combo!

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  12. It looks awesome! I've seen this technique a few times and I need to try it myself some day. I love the colors you used together, especially adding the green!

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  13. I really liked this before and now I do so even more ♥. Really am gonna try this!

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  14. Interesting. I haven't come across this technique before but it looks like it's a messy one lol. It looks really striking - I think it's be nice over a white base too.

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  15. Hi, you have a really lovely blog! I just saw this technique and tried it out on my own blog. Since I saw the technique on your blog, I wanted to link to it. I hope you dont´t mind that I rote it in swedish (I guess you don´t understand what I have written about you... I promise it´s nothing bad :)). Anyway, I just wanted to tell you that I linked to your blog... if you don´t aprove just let me know and I´ll write the post in english or remove your link or whatever you like.

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    1. Hi Sussie, that is so nice from you to link back to me, thank you! It's absolutely fine that you write in Swedish, it's your blog after all :) It is not necessity to link to blogs but it is a courtesy/good manners and I really appreciate it, thank you!

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  16. Wow, this is really cool! I'm finding myself so, so inspired by this... I feel a new manicure coming on! Thanks so much for sharing this, and for linking to the tutorial. I love finding new techniques!

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  17. Wow, this is such a cool technique! Thank you so much for sharing it... I've fought with my nail polish getting gloppy before, but I never thought to turn it into an asset of its own! This has me so inspired now... I feel a manicure coming on! I love learning new techniques...

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  18. After seeing this Naildesign i really had to try myself. Thank you for the inspiration (in case you want to take a look: http://chamber-of-nyxx.blogspot.de/2012/10/naildesign-splatter-stripes.html). I really love your nailarts :)

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